Shannon Hall, Author at Landlord Blog

By Shannon Hall

Shannon has a passion for residential lettings and has worked on both the High Street and Online since 2013. Having gained further qualifications including NVQ Level Three in Residential Lettings & Property Management, NFOPP Technical Award and a Diploma in Management, she is also a Midlands Landlord Accredited Member. Shannon heads up our landlord team and is on standby to assist with your letting requirements.

Hi there, my name is Shannon and I'm the Senior Valuations Manager here at LettingaProperty.com and just like you, I am a landlord. Last month, only a week before I was due to

Mould in a rental property can cause serious health issues and therefore, should not be ignored by either landlord nor tenant.  The mould fungi have been identified as the source of many health risks such

Whether a buy-to-let investment or your main family residence, your property is probably your most valuable asset. You could potentially add value to your home by creating additional 'living space' which may also

With house prices steadily creeping north and lending criteria becoming tighter, more people are 'choosing' to move into rented accommodation. When renting out your home privately to this potential pool of tenants, making

From knowing what to charge for the rent on your property to understanding the rights and regulations involved in being a landlord, there's a lot involved in becoming an efficient, effective and above

Whether you’re a first time landlord or just new to the auction scene, buying property at auction can seem a little overwhelming to enter the auction room with the idea of coming away

In 2019 landlords and letting agents have seen an increase in the number of tenants not paying rent on time. Let's take a look at the implications of non-payment and some top tips

Right to Rent checks are in breach of human rights - according to a High Court ruling made on Friday 1 March 2019. The court further said that the requirement to carry out Right to

Asbestos in rented property exists in significant numbers across the country.  The long-term harmful effects of asbestos inhalation are well-known and the unsettling fact is that, despite being banned in 1999 in the