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The Assured Tenancy Agreement for Landlords

By published on 22/05/2018  

The tenancy agreement that’s most common is the Assured Shorthold Tenancy. You can rent out your property using this tenancy if you are a private landlord and you don’t live in the property.The accommodation needs to be your tenants main place of residence. Also, the agreement must have started on or after the 15th January 1989.The Tenancy AgreementThe agreement should have the followi Tags: Tenant, Landlord, Shorthold Tenancy, Property, Agreement

Pet Owners and Rental Properties

By Webdadi Ltd published on 28/03/2018  

Are you one of the many people in London who is searching for a rental property that will accept pets? The truth is that finding somewhere that will take you and your furry friend isn’t easy.Currently a landlord has the right to enforce a ‘no animals’ policy in the rental agreement. But, if the Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party have their way this could change in the future. The Tags: Property, Pets, Renting

The New Band Rating for Rented Properties from April 2018

By Webdadi Ltd published on 15/03/2018  

If you’re a tenant in a rented property, then you should have a valid Energy Performance Certificate. An Energy Performance Certificate tells you how energy efficient your home is, and it comes in the form of a graph with ratings from A to G. A is the most energy efficient and G is the least.From this April (2018) all rented property must have a minimum energy rating of E. This means if you Tags: Renting, Property, EPC

Getting Your Rental Property Up to Scratch

By Datography Ltd published on 17/01/2018  

If your rental property has just become available again after a long time you’ll be keen to get it shipshape to attract new tenants. Here’s some reminders of what might need doing: The Property in General Decorate the walls, you can use white throughout the property. It looks clean and it’s easy to maintain. Clean the windows and check the furniture for wear and tear. If things are looking a bit t Tags: Rental, Property, Re-Decorating, Interior, Exterior

About Leaseholds – What Is a Lease and What do you Pay for?

By Datography Ltd published on 25/10/2017  

If you’re looking around for a flat to buy then you’ll have come across the term ‘leasehold.’ Most flats and some houses are sold with a lease of 999 years or 99 years and there are older properties that have less than 99 years. Buying leasehold means that you do not own the land upon which the property is built. This is owned by the leaseholder. A leaseholder is normally responsible for common wa Tags: Leaseholds, Buying, Property

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
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