Category: Deposit schemes
There’s a common misconception that owning property is the key to an easy life. Surely, it’s just a case of getting a tenant in there, then sitting back and watching the cash roll into your bank account every month? Well, if you’ve been in the business a little while, you’ll know that quite often isn’t the case.
We take responsibility and look after you during your time of renting. It’s always better to make sure you’re covered just in case you do experience a bad tenant that is causing more of an expense than a profit.
It can be difficult being a landlord, some people say it’s easy money as all you’re doing is renting a property to someone who will pay you the rent and treat the property as their home.
Lime scale — that chalky white film from hard water — can show up on your kitchen taps, appliances and bathroom fixtures. Unsightly in the short run and potentially damaging in the long run, lime scale can be tough to eliminate. Here are the best strategies to get rid of the problem.
New regulations will be laid in Parliament to require landlords to install smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in their properties, and are expected to come into force, subject to Parliamentary approval, on 10 October 2015.
Many Inventory company sites boast that they are ‘’market leaders’’ or ‘’professional’’ In truth, allot of these companies are quick start-up businesses who have little or no accreditations or experience what so ever.
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Whether you’re new to the field of buy to let or you’ve been in the business for many years, there are certain mistakes that you can make that can make your life much harder than it needs to be.
Landlords are still pushing for ‘betterment’ at the end of tenancies and many have unrealistic expectations of what they can claim against tenant deposits.