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If you want to make sure your rental property is adequately protected as we enter a new decade, read on to learn why upgrading your security system could be one of the wisest investments for 2020.
Landlords are rightly concerned about their responsibilities should flooding render their rental properties unfit for habitation. But just what are landlords' responsibilities in relation to floods?
If you are a landlord reviewing your property’s security, one of the most crucial aspects you’re going to need to look at is your locks. Here’s what to consider so you can be certain your property and tenants are secure.
Recent fire safety advice has been made available to landlords and tenants in the form of a new Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors fire safety guide and on the back of Fire Door Safety Week.
Being aware of how to calculate rental yield is essential to landlords. Here's how to work out gross and net yield, with a look at the vital things to consider when making those calculations.
Rising house prices have led to millennials tending more towards renting than buying. What appeals to the millennial property wise and how as a landlord can you attract this lucrative audience?
The government has announced that gas boilers and other fossil fuel powered heating and hot water systems will be banned in new homes from 2025 in an attempt to tackle climate change.
The smart home is really taking off so it is no wonder landlords are introducing modern methods of home security and automation. But with the benefits come risks. How to protect your smart home from hacking?
On 20 March 2019 the Homes (Fitness for Habitation) Act 2018 was introduced. It is designed to ensure that all rented accommodation is fit for human habitation. Here's the lowdown for landlords.
Making your property safe for tenants is something you already know plenty about, but when it comes to renting to families with children, there is so much more to consider.
The Tenant Fees Act 2019 comes into force on 1 June 2019. Its aim is to limit the fees charged to tenants by landlords and agents, and it will introduce a range of penalties for those who do not comply.
If you’re planning on disposing of any of your property assets you'll need all the relevant Building Regulation consents in place. So what to do if you don’t have the relevant completion certificates?
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