Being a Landlord can be very rewarding but it also comes with a lot of compliance, regulation and navigating the right rental value for good ROI and attracting the right long-term tenants.
For many, it soon becomes a minefield of information overload. Which is why we have created this Information for Landlords download, whilst not extensive (as it would be more like a novel in size) this will give you a good grounding in the things you need to think about as a landlord and the Health and Safety requirements.
From preparing the property to the furnishings; to the information for the tenants; to the other considerations such as if your property is mortgaged or a leasehold; through to Inventories; tenancies; and the legal requirement for certificates; through to deposit protection, this download is packed with useful information and we are on hand should you have any further questions.
For many Autumn and Winter is a wonderful time of year from the stunning colours of the turning leaves to beautiful frost patterns, to the wishing for snow and of course, it often signifies holiday spirits and festivities. But it can also be a worrying time for Landlords and Property Owners due to the potentially significant damage the autumn and winter months can bring.
Frost, Ice and snow can cause damage to pipes and roofs. The potential increase of storms from strong winds to flooding can cause significant damage to your property often costing thousands of pounds to repair.
Getting your property Autumn and Winter ready will save you a significant amount of stress and potentially a significant amount of money too!
In this guide, we have provided a number of handy tips and guidance to help you Autumn and Winter-Proof your property with a handy Interior and Exterior Checklist that you can complete for each property.
Damp and mould is a common problem for landlords and your tenants, regardless of the age of the rental property. It’s important that both parties understand the causes and best ways to prevent the problems from escalating and becoming a lot worse.
We have written this useful guide to help you as a landlord and your tenants deal with the causes of damp and mould and have included some useful information that you can print and give to your tenants at the time of taking on their tenancy.
Of course, if we are managing your property this is something we already offer and share with all new tenants and often as a reminder during the renewal process.