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By Jonathan Daines

As we're half way into the first month of 2020, it's vital that landlords and investors know what this year has in store for the property sector. To keep you in the loop,

On Monday 13th January, the government announced the much-anticipated introduction of mandatory electrical safety inspections for private landlords. A draft of the new regulations, titled “The Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented

A permitted occupier is generally referred to as 'a person that is not a tenant but has permission to stay in a rented property'. They have no legal rights to the property nor

Ruby has been a landlord for over four years. In 2019, she was left feeling panicked and helpless by an abusive tenant who refused to pay and was four months in rent arrears.

Every landlord in the UK must pay tax on their rental income. Regardless of whether you own one property or one hundred, the government views being a landlord as no different to running

Being a landlord comes with a lot of legal responsibilities – which, unfortunately, also means a lot of paperwork. Fishing out your certificates and putting together your legal landlord documents isn’t exactly a

As students return to university, it isn’t long before the excitement of a new term dies down and they start to think about finding a student landlord for the following year. Many first

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

Last week, we discussed the difference between a contractual tenancy and an assured shorthold tenancy (AST). This week, we’re carrying on the conversation by thinking about situations that may cause a contractual tenancy