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Looking for a new tenant? Here are some pointers on tenant selection.
Whether you’re a landlord or a tenant, it’s important to know the differences between a periodic tenancy and a fixed-term tenancy so you can choose the one that suits you best.
Some landlords refuse to entertain the thought of having pets on their investment property. Perhaps the landlord doesn’t want the risk of damage to their property or they may simply not be animal lovers.
Since July 2016 its been compulsory:
Are you curious on how to place your investment on the radar of the booming Millennial market? Read some of our tips here.
Whilst insurance is critical so too is ensuring your property is maintained to the best standard possible.
Tenants will no longer have to pay hefty letting fees when renting a new home under a bill introduced to Parliament last month.