A robust tenancy agreement is the cornerstone of a successful tenancy. It protects both the landlord and the tenant, so although it is not a legal requirement, everyone benefits from having one in place.   This guide aims to help landlords in ... read more »
Buying a property to let is very different to buying a home to live in. You have to put most of your own tastes and needs aside and focus on finding something that will attract great tenants and deliver the rental returns and capital growth you&rsquo... read more »
What is Client Money Protection (CMP)? It’s estimated that letting agents in total hold £2.7 billion of clients’ money. Client Money Protection (CMP) gives you the peace of mind that your money is safe whilst it's being held b... read more »
When a tenant (or contract-holder if in Wales) leaves a property, whether they served notice or the landlord obtained a court order, and leaves some or all of their possessions, the landlord will have a number of things they should do befor... read more »
The exact number of pieces of legislation that landlords in England and Wales have to abide by is difficult to determine as the laws and regulations that apply to landlords and tenants are subject to change over time. However, it is safe to say that... read more »
Before getting started as a landlord, it's important to evaluate your current circumstances. This includes:   taking into account expenses such as landlord insurance, taxes, property management or agent fees, and maintenance costs consider... read more »
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