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Property Lettings and Management Educational Blog

Our team regularly write educational articles about everything property management and lettings.

Make Your Rental Property Attractive to All Generations

How to Attract Quality Tenants When you invest in property, one rule to follow is to invest in an every person property – a property that draws the widest range of potential tenants possible. The [...]

7 Ways to Increase Your Rental Income

From Painting to Building an Extension, What Is Your Best Option? According to a study by major insurers, the average tenancy in the UK lasts around 18 months. Many of the tenancies of our landlord [...]

Property Landlords Must Beware of Local Authority Powers

Buy-To-Let Landlords Are Suffering under Hefty Fines A short while ago, we published an article that discussed how property landlords could avoid a £5,000 fine from their local authority. In that article, we concluded that [...]

By |November 27th, 2019|Categories: Landlord lessons, Property Management|Tags: |0 Comments

Should You Check Your Tenant’s Carbon Monoxide Alarms?

Simplifying the Complexity of Landlord Legislations and Carbon Monoxide Alarms Landlord regulations in the UK can be extremely complicated. You may remember an article we published detailing the 178 reasons the law causes buy-to-let landlords [...]

Has There Ever Been a Better Time to Invest in UK Investment Property?

Latest News Points to Perfect Storm for Buy-To-Let Investment UK investment property could be in the eye of a perfect storm in the final quarter of 2019. Rental demand is strengthening. Rents are rising. Demand [...]

By |November 21st, 2019|Categories: News, Property Management|Tags: |0 Comments

How to Use Section 13 to Make a Rent Increase

Raising Rents When Your Tenant Disputes the Increase If you are a buy-to-let landlord who is looking to make a rent increase on your property, you may wish to read our article, ‘How to Raise [...]

By |November 19th, 2019|Categories: Landlord lessons, Property Management, Rental Increases|Tags: , |0 Comments