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  • Covid-19 advice for landlords

    Covid-19 advice for landlords

    The world is a strange place at the moment and some of the information floating around about lettings is confusing. At the beginning of the lockdown, things letting related were a bit hazy about exactly what the laws were but they have now been brought into focus so if you are a landlord, hopefully, the [...]...read more »
  • Top Tips for Tenants at Christmas

    Top Tips for Tenants at Christmas

    Christmas is all about spending time with friends and family, whether at home or away. As a tenant, if you plan on leaving your property empty during the festive period, we have compiled some Top Tips for Tenants, that you should bear in mind before setting off. These will hopefully ensure you come back to [...]...read more »
  • Empty property over winter? Read our seasonal advice to help you overcome any problems.

    Empty property over winter? Read our seasonal advice to help you overcome any problems.

    Whether you live in your property or rent it out, all properties require ongoing maintenance, and with rental properties, void periods are a good time to undertake the works. Ideally the voids and hence repairs should be done in the warmer months but sometimes it is unavoidable that these fall in the colder months and this is when more care and attention should be paid to the safety and security of your valuable asset. For …...read more »
  • The Knock-On Effects of the Tenant Fee Ban for Landlords

    The Knock-On Effects of the Tenant Fee Ban for Landlords

    New Legislation. It is no secret that the private rental sector has taken a bit of a buffeting lately due to new legislation being introduced. Until about 2007 the sector was only lightly regulated which made investing in property an attractive pension option. Since then however, there has been a steady flow of legislation that [...]...read more »
  • Showing our Landlords some Love

    Showing our Landlords some Love

    Since the passing of 1st June deadline, the Tenant Fee Ban is now law. No longer will agents or landlords be able to charge tenants for referencing, administration or check-ins. In fact, tenants will no longer pay any charges for the setting up of a tenancy.   This is all great news for tenants, but [...]...read more »

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