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Whether you own one rented property or 20, you need to keep an eye on the maintenance aspects. Tenants will not necessarily deal with them, or even notify you, before they become major problems.
Your tenant left considerable damage to your property. The damage is beyond fair wear and tear and you want to make a deduction from the deposit. But the tenant doesn’t agree.
When you are entering the letting market, you may find it difficult to decide whether to let your property furnished or unfurnished. There are benefits to both so read on for advice to help you make the decision.
Although you may think allowing smoking gives you a wider choice of potential tenants, you would be better off if you included a clause in your tenancy agreements to ban smoking altogether.
The Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 gives security of tenure on certain business tenancies. However, as of 1 October 2015, this was changed by the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015.
There are numerous rules that need to be adhered to as a landlord in connection with fire regulations. Failure to follow the law can result in significant fines that can easily reach tens of thousands of pounds.
Why it’s essential to take time to understand how recent tax changes may affect you over the next few years, so that you can plan ahead and do what you can to maintain a positive yield.
If buying a property at auction is something you’ve been thinking about, there’s a lot to make yourself aware of, and you should know that there can be a number of pitfalls amidst the potential benefits.
If you are planning a buy to let investment at a time that is said to be one of the best in which to make a move on becoming a landlord, the following tips could prove very useful.
If at the end of a tenancy you find your property stricken by mould or mildew, you’ll need to consider a number of factors before deciding whether you can fairly pass any of the remedial costs on to the tenant.
The subject of fair wear and tear is a complex one. One aspect is how to go about calculating compensation charges against a tenant who has caused damage to a property outside of fair wear and tear.
The Housing Health & Safety Rating System (HHSRS) applies to residential properties in England and Wales. It’s a very important piece of legislation which landlords must adhere to.
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