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[kc_row use_container="yes" force="no" column_align="middle" video_mute="no" _id="636337"][kc_column width="12/12" video_mute="no" _id="7282"][kc_column_text] In May, LettingaProperty.com conducted a survey of 20,000 UK landlords, to better understand their experience of letting property – their motivations, opinions, challenges, and

This week is Water Saving Week, an online event dedicated to educating people about water wastage. Hosted by Waterwise, the event highlights ways we can all save water and help the planet. So, what are

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Fire safety is essential in every rental property - but what are the rules surrounding fire doors? Understanding the regulations will help you to ensure that you are operating within the law at

The rules around PAT testing for landlords can be a bit confusing. In this article, we've gathered all the information you need to know, including what exactly a PAT test is, what appliances

As a self-managing landlord, cleaning your property can be a right pain. With everything else on your list, scrubbing stubborn stains and dealing with dreaded mould is a task you'd rather avoid. To

As a landlord, you have a duty of care to your tenants that you must fulfil. Within this duty of care, you have a legal responsibility to ensure that your property is safe

In January 2020, the government announced the much-anticipated introduction of mandatory electrical safety inspections for private landlords. The new regulations, titled The Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations 2020,

As winter approaches and the nights become darker, landlords need to protect their homes. Wall to wall, each metre of property will have a better chance of survival the warmer it can be

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