News & Notices

Let’s not forget…

With Covid-19 taking over all of our news feeds, let's not forget the important legislation updates that are coming into effect this year! ⚡💡 Since April 2018, landlords have been unable to let their property to new tenants unless it has a minimum energy efficiency...

Advice to tenants

Since our last blog, we have come a long way from government advice, which has urged us to contact all of our tenants and provide the following message: Firstly, their safety is our number one priority. We are strongly advising tenants to stay at home unless you are...

How to best market your HMO

Photos are the first thing a renter sees when browsing through homes or apartments for rent and can be the difference between their wanting to know more or not. You don’t need to be a professional photographer to take great photos, but by keeping these tips in mind...

Storms ahead!

With the New Year now here, and colder weather increasing, as well as storm after storm!  Storms have left some homes in the UK almost completely under water! BBC reported that: Prof Bentley is chief executive of the Royal Meteorological Society and her message is...

Fair Wear and Tear?

Wear and tear is a common feature of rental contracts, but what it actually means can be elusive.  Finding out what fair wear and tear means is important for property managers and owners in order to understand what is legally correct when charging tenants for damages....

Electrical Safety Changes 2020

Five-year safety checks will be mandatory for landlords for all new tenancies from July 1 this year. This will be rolled out to all existing tenancies from April 2021. The new regulations were tabled today (MON), requiring pre-tenancy and five yearly checks of all...

Minimum Energy Efficiency Rating

Did you know that there are over 150 laws and 400 regulations when it comes to letting Private Rented Sector homes and often it is the tenant left paying the price. As of April 1st 2018 there will be a requirement for any properties rented out in the private rented...

What if my tenants damage my property?

Hopefully, you're a landlord that has either a property manager, or at least, a fool proof way of reporting damage. Ideally, this should be done straight away! The next steps are to arrange how and when any repair or replacement is going to take place, and more...

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