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Being a landlord entails diverse roles and responsibilities, each tailored to different circumstances and objectives. In the dynamic landscape of the rental sector, various types of landlords emerge, each with distinct motivations and approaches. Whether you’re an established professional or new to the sector, our simple guide can help you identify which landlord category you can fit into click image to find out more..
It doesn’t matter whether you are thinking of becoming a landlord for the first time or if you already have an existing property portfolio, having a good letting agent on your side is essential to your success.
The problem is that the rise in popularity of buy-to-let investments has brought with it a slew of poor quality agents. Many of these so called ‘experts’ are interested in little more than taking your money, which is something you’ll naturally want to avoid. So, how do you sort the wheat from the chaff? Well, this handy list of tips should help you do just that! Click image to read more..
When you rent a home your landlord or the agent representing your landlord will want you to feel at home. As well as hoping that you will be happy in the property and will therefore want to stay, a large part of wanting you to feel at home is also because they hope that you will take care and look after the property, but what does that mean exactly? What are you, as a tenant responsible for and what do you need to raise with your agent or landlord? In this article we hope to answer a few of your queries as we give you some top tips on how to look after your rented home. To read our guide click image.
With tenants across the UK working from home, reliable and fast internet has become a necessity.
As a landlord in the uk, you may be wondering whether offering broadband in your rental property is a worthwhile investment. If you’re on the fence, here are some key considerations to help you make an informed decision. Click image to read more..
How to avoid common landlord mistakes
Including pets, buy-to-let mortgages and energy certificates
Whether you’re new to being a landlord or an experienced investor, there are a series of common pitfalls that are easily avoided. Below, we discuss some of the most common topics we’re asked about and share our tips for success. Click image to read more..
Moving home can be exciting, but with it comes a long list of people and organisations that need to know about your change of address. From you relatives to the DVLA, there are a whole host of people you need to share your address with. Click image to read a comprehensive list..
Being a landlord offers great potential for rental income and investment growth. However, effective property management requires knowledge and strategies tailored to the local rental market. We are happy to share a few tips and tricks for landlords, focusing on successful property management, tenant screening, lease agreements, and fostering positive landlord-tenant relationships. Click image to read more..
If you’re an existing landlord, knowing the rental yield generated by your property, or portfolio, is key to understanding the return you’re getting on your investment. For new investors, rental yield is equally as important when buying a property to let, but can be difficult to understand. Click image to read our explanation on what rental yield is and how you calculate it, before looking at some average yields across the UK…
When a new rental agreement is signed or renewed, landlords and lettings agents in the private rented sector in England must issue the newly updated guide to their tenants.
Before we dive into what’s been updated, click image to read a brief summary of what the guide includes and why it’s useful to have to hand for both tenants and landlords.
If you’re preparing to leave your rental property and move on to pastures new, one key thing on your departure list will be an end of tenancy spring clean.
More than 50% of all tenancy deposit disputes between landlords and tenants are due to cleanliness
But exactly how clean do you need to leave your rental property and where do you start?
Click image to read guide to how to deep clean your rental property.