Wednesday, 18 May 2022

Tag: Landlords

Landlord Responsibilities: 4 Things Landlords Should Know

One of the most challenging jobs that a landlord faces is to find a good tenant. However, finding a good tenant is just part...

Rental Stock Plunges Below Pre-Pandemic Levels

Research by specialist property lending expert, Octane Capital, has revealed how rental market stock levels have plummeted across the UK’s major cities, as a...

How Does a Bug Infestation Affect the Rental or Sale of...

Bugs, pests, creepy crawlies, whatever you want to call them, are an unwanted addition to many homes. Mice, cockroaches, silverfish, and bed bugs, can...

The housing deregulation act 2015 – what does it mean for...

Landlords must comply with the Deregulation Act 2015 or face hefty fines and lose the ability to evict troublesome tenants. Here we explain the implications of The Act for landlords.

5 Things to know before letting your property in 2021

With changes to the law and legislation coming into force, Check out this article for more information on letting your property out in 2020

Health and Safety in Rented Properties

Landlords are responsible for ensuring that their properties are safe for tenants to occupy. So they must keep up to date with all the health and safety regulations for private rented properties.

Landlord’s Fire Safety Regulations and Risk Assessment for Rental Properties

You might believe that a fire or a case of carbon monoxide poisoning at your property is unlikely. But every year, many people fall...

Landlord Rent Guarantee Insurance

Rent guarantee insurance provides cover for landlords, should their tenants fail to pay their rent. It’s not a legal requirement to take out rent...

Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Regulations for Landlords in the UK

You might believe that a fire or incident of carbon monoxide poisoning is unlikely to happen in your rental property. Sadly, such tragedies are...

Should you self-manage or use a letting agent?

If you’re starting out as a buy-to-let landlord, you need to decide whether to appoint a letting agent or manage the property yourself. We look at the pros and cons of the two options.