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What is a Section 21 Notice?

By Webdadi published on 09/08/2018  

A Section 21 Notice is an order under the Housing Act 1988. It is basically a notification to your tenants that you want your property back. This can be at the end of a fixed-term agreement or during a break clause built into the contract.This order can be issued if your tenants have a shorthold tenancy. This can be a fixed term-tenancy, which is one with a specific end date. Or, it can be a perio Tags: Section 21 Notice, Tenant, Property, EPC, Shorthold Tenancy

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

Rental Deposits – The Bad News and the Good

By Webdadi published on 08/05/2018  

Putting away money to save is hard, especially if you’re a young graduate in your first job. Even harder then is trying to find the deposit for your first home. The ideal is of course to be able to stay with your parents while you save up enough money for a deposit. This isn’t always possible though. Many young people must rely on their parents to help them out or go into debt by using Tags: Rental Deposits, Graduate, University, Government Plan, Tenant, Landlord
Have you been looking round at rental properties in Fulham? If you have then you’ll already know that there are documents, you need to produce to a prospective landlord. This is because landlords need to know that their tenants are responsible individuals. And, that they have enough money to pay the rent each month.One of things a landlord may do is to check your credit file. That’s wh Tags: Rental Properties, Credit Score, Landlord, Tenant, Experian, Callcredit, Equifax

7 Things You Should Know When You’re Renting a Property

By Datography Ltd published on 01/03/2018  

So, you’ve finally found a property you want to rent and now it’s time to sign the tenancy, pay your deposit and pick up the keys. Here’s a few things you’ll need to think about during the process.The DepositYou can ask your landlord to put your deposit into a secure tenancy scheme. In fact, if you have an assured tenancy then it is the landlord’s legal duty.There are Tags: Deposit, Inventory, Landlord, Tenant

How to Make Sure you get your Deposit Back at the end of your Tenancy

By Datography Ltd published on 22/11/2017  

If you have been living in rented accommodation and your lease has come to end, you’ll want to make sure you get your deposit back from your landlord or the rental agents. There are a few things you can do to make sure the landlord has no excuse to refuse it. Leave the accommodation in Good Condition You should always leave a rented property in the same condition it was in at the beginning of your Tags: Deposit, Landlord, Tenant
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