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Landlord and Tenant Law - New 3 Year Tenancies a Possibility

By Webdadi published on 20/07/2018  

Tenants who rent property at the moment are normally asked to sign tenancy agreements for a six month or one-year period.However, plans are afoot to extend the minimum tenancy to three years. The government aim to talk about this new rule in August. MP’s who support the proposals say the new 3-year term will give tenants more security.They say that this would allow people to put down roots a Tags: Tenants, Rent, Property, Landlord, Tenant Law

What is a Tenancy Information Form?

By Webdadi Ltd published on 22/06/2018  

When you decide to look for a property to rent various checks need to be made. The rental agency may ask you to fill in a tenancy information form.The form you fill in will ask for details about your name, date of birth and current address. You will also have to give a previous address if you have lived at your current address less than around 5 or 6 years.If you are tenant when you apply, then fi Tags: Tenancy, Tenants, Renting, Property

What renters want and where they’re looking

By Datography Ltd published on 06/12/2017  

London has gone through vast changes in the last twenty or, so years and many run-down areas have been brought back to life with regeneration. This has brought in a new wave of people looking to rent from the private sector in gentrified neighbourhoods that were once ignored by young professionals. Access to transport has improved tremendously in the last few years and work is still being carried Tags: Areas, London, Tenants, Public Transport

Four Things to think about before you become a Landlord

By Datography Ltd published on 27/09/2017  

If you decide to buy a property to let out there are certain things you need to think about before you become a landlord. Your Tenants Before you pick your property think about the type of tenants you want to attract. If you want students then you should be looking for a property close to, or within travelling distance of a university or college, If you would prefer a young family then make sure y Tags: Landlord, Tenants, Property, Money, Responsibility