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It's important for landlords to understand what tenants want. What property features do tenants look for? What should landlords prioritise when purchasing a buy to let? What puts tenants off? Some landlords find

Renting out property is a big decision and can be challenging. So why do people become landlords? Some fall into it accidentally, whilst others choose a buy-to-let for extra income or a retirement

Are you a first time landlord renovating your first buy to let property, or are you smartening up an existing let so you can boost the rental yield, chances are you will want

As a landlord, one of the first things that will come to mind when a tenant reports a maintenance issue, is "does this fall under my landlord repair obligations, or is it my

Getting hold of the keys to your first rental property is hard enough, especially when you consider the effort required to raise the finance and then complete any renovations or necessary improvements. But

Committing to a six-month tenancy or longer with a perfect stranger can be a daunting prospect, even for experienced landlords. To help you along, we've devised 8 killer questions to ask tenants before handing

For landlords that need to find tenants fast, there are a few things one can do to encourage tenants during this notoriously slower period.  The end of July and August are typically known

Short term rentals are certainly in demand with stays ranging from a few weeks to six months, with London having restrictions on the number of nights offered. The higher rental prices bring benefits

Recent years has seen the demand for long term and short term rentals soar. Rising house prices are making it more difficult for people to get on the property ladder. To capitalize on demand,