Something is damaged - should the landlord or tenants be responsible?
Though still relatively new to market several companies now offer deposit free renting schemes. This type of scheme can remove the need for a tenant to pay a deposit. It also protects landlords from financial loss from unpaid rent or damage to their property.
Whatever the reason for eviction is, you must follow the legal process. To do otherwise can lead to legal problems and financial penalties.
Whether you are in a fixed term tenancy or a periodic tenancy, giving notice in the correct way is crucial prior to ending your tenancy - if you don’t, you might risk losing your deposit or paying rent after you’ve moved out.
Most landlords will have a tale to tell about tenants who've been less than reliable when it comes to paying the rent. Or who cause damage to the property. Or both.
There are two types of insurance you may need; liability and contents insurance. Here's what you need to know.
Despite what many may think it isn't easy being a buy to let landlord. The business requires a lot of investment - both financially and time. Not to mention a lot of hard work. Managing a successful let involves so much more than simply handing over a key to a tenant. In fact, it starts with trying to find that tenant.