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07/04/2016
 
 
07/01/2016
 
It always pays to be one step ahead so during the course of a tenancy, we will liaise with you to find out what you wish to do when the tenancy ends, you may wish to renew the tenancy to the same tenant or re-market the property. In either case, we c... read more »
 
07/01/2016
 
The tenant will be required to pay a security deposit (usually at least one month’s rent) which is used to reimburse you for any damages at the end of the tenancy, or to repay any rent which may have been due after the tenant moves out. Deposit Prot... read more »
 
05/01/2016
 
The Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 and the Housing Act 1988 make the Landlord responsible in law (regardless of the tenancy agreement) for maintaining the following:   The structure, roof, and exterior of the property The drains, gutters and ... read more »
 
05/01/2016
 
Once you’ve agreed to let out your property and a tenant has been found there are a number of things you need to consider. Here are some tips:   Notifying interested parties You should make arrangements with the Post Office for the redirectio... read more »
 
05/01/2016
 
From 1st October 2008, all rental properties with a new tenancy in England and Wales will be required to have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). Your prospective tenants will be able to see at a glance how energy efficient and environmentally f... read more »
 
05/01/2016
 
In order to attract the most suitable tenant at the most favorable rental, it’s important your property is presented in the best possible condition. This means making good any small decorative defects or marks which detract from the appearance of the... read more »
 
05/01/2016
 
Any landlord has a duty to provide (and a tenant a right to expect) a rented property and contents which ensure a safe environment in which to live. Failure to observe safety regulations could lead to a prosecution, a fine, a substanti... read more »
 
05/01/2016
 
There are several ways of letting a property, each having specific benefits. Take a little time to read the following descriptions, as it will help you to decide which options suit you and also what is needed. If furnishing the pr... read more »
 
05/01/2016
 
Rental from property is subject to tax. If you are a resident in the UK, you will need to make an annual tax return after taking into account any allowable deductions. If you will not be resident in the UK you are strongly recommended to advise the I... read more »
 
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