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By Jonathan Daines

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Tenancy or Licence? - There is so much legislation with which both landlords and agents find that they now need to comply. It would be unusual if we did not see either companies

The problem At the point a section 21 is served, there is a potential for a tenant to find themselves homeless. People in employment and/or not in receipt of benefits related to housing,

Access to property In the first part, we looked at the apparent anomaly of the landlord’s obligations to carry out repairs and maintenance at a rental property, and how that could conflict with

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

It is not unusual to hear about landlords being accused of, or even sued for, ‘trespass’ of a rented property by a disgruntled tenant. Although a property is let, and it remains in

The Autumn Budget Statement in 2016 said that Westminster intended to ban tenant fees. This ban came into effect in England from 1 June 2019. Wales, with its devolved housing power, writes its

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