Shannon Hall, Author at Landlord Blog

By Shannon Hall

Shannon joined LettingaProperty.com in 2015 and has proven to be an exceptional Valuations Manager by supporting new landlord clients in switching to our digital platform. Not only is Shannon an experienced landlord herself, she has achieved professional qualifications in Residential Lettings & Property Management, holds a NFOPP Technical Award and has completed a Diploma in Business Management.

As a landlord, it seems you never hear the end of electrical regulations, gas safety and EPC requirements - but what's the deal when it comes to water? In this article, you'll find

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Having a stand-out online advert is key for landlords when letting out a property, however, before we publish your ad there are some things we need check. Whilst preparing to advertise their next

Tenant reference checks are one of the most important aspects of letting out a property. When you have a keen tenant, it’s natural to want to get them moved in as fast as

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