EICR Deadline Near, Are You Prepared?

EICR Deadline, They Become Mandatory For New Tenancies by 1 April 2021 EICR deadline looms, we are already seeing an average increase of almost 35% in some areas. That's going to soar as we get closer to the deadline. For more about UK Property Investors and UK Property Investment visit Brett's Blog https://www.gladfish.com/blog Sick of your [...]

Landlords Electrical Safety – New EICR Regulations

As a Landlord, you are now required to have the Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR). From 1 July 2020 all-new tenancies and 1 April 2021 for all existing tenancies must have the report (EICR) that will last for 5 years. Find out what it means to Landlords. For more UK property investment tips and London [...]

What is Fit for Habitation in a Crisis?

Things break and they need to be fixed, what can be urgently done during this time? Brett will discuss to you what it means and how it will impact you. Join Brett weekdays to discuss the latest happenings with Covid and how it relates to everyone. Check out my daily Livestream 11am GMT time weekdays [...]

Does my stuff work with DIY and Done for you

Video Transcription: Hey guys, so does my stuff work with landlords who want it done for you and also the do it yourself landlords and the answer is 100%. See, these principles that I talk about and everything that we talk about here in Property Rants is all about or all based on fundamental principles. [...]

Do Landlord Rights Let You Ban Vaping in Your Buy-to-Let Property?

If You Can Ban Tenants from Vaping, Should You? There has been a lot of noise in the press about the potential health hazards associated with vaping. Many deaths in the United States have been attributed to vaping. Health experts, there are recommending that more research be done into vaping, and known vaping lung injuries [...]

What Are a Landlord’s Responsibilities for Repairs?

Maintaining a Buy-to-Let Property Effectively As the owner of a buy-to-let property, you have many landlord responsibilities. Privately rented homes should be kept free from hazards and be a safe place for your tenants to live. Therefore, most repairs and maintenance issues will fall on your shoulders. You are responsible for fixing any issues that [...]

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 more people who want to rent your property, the more chance it has of being rented quickly. Greater competition from [...]

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 such stress. Landlord laws can be overwhelming, as you struggle to stay up to date with the constant stream of [...]

Time for Buy-to-Let Landlords to Get a Gas Boiler Service

Avoid Cold and Irate Tenants This Winter Summer is winding down, and winter is fast approaching. Experts are predicting one of the coldest winters for decades. For buy-to-let landlords in the UK, this means it’s time to make sure the gas boiler in your buy-to-let property is still in top shape. You don’t want your [...]

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