Advice for Landlords

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Top Tips for Renting Out Your Home

If you’re thinking about letting out your home, there are a number of important factors to consider before putting it up for rent. From practical advice to legal responsibilities, our handy guide has got you covered. Read more...

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Landlord Tax Considerations 

The Government has hit landlords hard over the past 12 months with changes to the tax they pay and can claim back. Here we outline the tax rules which landlords need to consider.  Read more...

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Fair Wear and Tear

At the end of the tenancy, proposed deductions must be reasonable, proportionate and in excess of fair wear and tear. You should aim to limit wear and tear throughout the tenancy by carrying out inspections and ensure you have covered all bases in the event of a deposit dispute with your tenant. Read more...

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9 Things Accidental or First Time Landlords Must Know

With the ever-growing number of laws governing the private rented sector, becoming a landlord for the first time can be somewhat daunting. Here are a few top tips to make sure you understand your legal obligations so you can be sure that you don't fall foul of landlord legislation. More info...

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Is Your Letting Agent Regulated?

The UK's Private Rented Sector can be a confusing place. With housing under the remit of the devolved governments, it means that the rules can vary quite dramatically across the different countries. More info...

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Recycling and Waste Management

Recycling is one of the best ways for people to have a positive impact on the world in which we live. It’s vitally important that letting agents, landlords and tenants understand the importance of recycling and their responsibilities before, during and after a tenancy. More info...

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Eviction – Do’s and Don’ts

To begin the eviction process and seek possession, you must follow strict procedures in order to have a tenant removed from your property. We have compiled a list of do’s and don’ts. More info...

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Safety – It’s More Than Smoke Alarms and Gas Checks

When it comes to being a responsible landlord, the most importance must be put on the safety of tenants. There are around 150 laws now that apply to landlords when they come to letting a property. More info...

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Stamp Duty and Land Tax on Additional Properties

When it comes to purchasing additional residential properties, such as second homes and buy-to-let properties, buyers now have to fork out an extra three per cent in land tax fees. More info...

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10 Tips to Protect Your Home When Your Tenants Are on Holiday

There's a good chance at some point during the year that your tenants may head off for a holiday, leaving your property empty, and potentially vulnerable. Here are our tips to ensure your property remains protected while your tenants are away. More info...

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How We Protect You

You need an agent that you can trust and rely on when issues arise. The quality of the agent makes a real difference. More info...

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Principled, Professional, Propertymark Protected

If you're looking to let your property, you need an agent that you can trust and rely on. The quality of the agent makes a real difference. Find a Propertymark Protected letting agent in your area.

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