How will a Tenant Payment Holiday work?

There are no free lunches and a Tenant payment holiday is simply a pause in payments but they will have to be repaid in the future. This seems to be a point that many tenants are missing at the moment. We're all in this together and tenants and landlords and the wider society need to [...]

Is Rent and Legal Insurance Required on your property?

Video Transcription: Hey guys. So is rent and legal insurance required on your property? Now the short answer is no, it's not. Okay? But is it something that you should do? And I would say most definitely these days. Now you can look at the property yourself, but for around... I mean look, you can [...]

By |2020-02-17T08:43:13+00:00March 3rd, 2020|Tenant Management|0 Comments

Property Gurus claim that Property is quick, easy and simple to make a million

Video Transcription: Property is quick, easy and simple to make a million. Absolutely 100% this is the thought of almost every property guru that sells education courses and sells how-to and all this sort of stuff. And to be fair, it's absolute bull shit. And look, here are my thoughts on this. Look, guys, property [...]

By |2020-02-17T08:26:45+00:00February 28th, 2020|Tenant Management|0 Comments

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. [...]

Landlord responsibilities do you really understand them?

Video Transcription: Hi guys, so I had a great question on YouTube and basically it comes out of the interview with Jim Kirby, who is one of our investors and mates for over 15 years we've known him and he's become a good friend over that time, and it's amazing what he's achieved and now [...]

By |2020-02-17T09:41:28+00:00February 20th, 2020|Tenant Management|0 Comments

Coronavirus and its effect on Property Investors

Video Transcription: So there's lots of stuff like that, but how does it affect property investors? Now, I'm not going to go through the whole details of Corona. I'm sure you've heard it on the news and all that sort of stuff. My concern is this: China is the world's manufacturing belt right now. Now, [...]

By |2020-02-17T07:58:30+00:00February 17th, 2020|Tenant Management|0 Comments

Should You Offer Incentives for Good Tenants?

Innovative Ideas to Secure Tenancies for Your Buy-To-Let Property If you are finding it difficult to get new tenants or want an innovative way to retain your existing tenants, you might consider offering incentives for good tenants. There are many types of incentives that you can offer. These include: Upgrades on appliances Flexible lease terms [...]

What Are a Tenant’s Maintenance Responsibilities?

What Should a Buy-To-Let Landlord Expect of Their Tenants? As a buy-to-let landlord, you have many responsibilities. For example, you are required to maintain the property in a fit and habitable condition for your tenants. You must provide water, heating and energy, and necessary repairs must be completed in a timely fashion. However, there are [...]

7 Ways to Avoid Tenant Damage to Your Rental Property

Less Tenant Damage Means Lower Costs and Higher Buy-To-Let Profits Tenant damage is any damage that you would consider over and above normal wear and tear. It includes any damage caused by a tenant’s children, guests or pets. When this occurs, a landlord’s rights include keeping an amount to cover the damage from the tenancy [...]

What If the Tenancy Deposit Doesn’t Cover Damage Caused?

Steps to Take If a Nightmare Tenant Leaves Owing You Money A tenancy deposit is an amount of money held to cover unpaid rent, property damage, cleaning or unpaid bills when the tenant leaves your property. By law, it must be held in a tenancy deposit scheme. There are rules that dictate how you can [...]