The Government has published a consultation on its plans to abolish Section 21, open from 21 July to 12 October 2019.
We have looked at different causes of damp and mould, what landlords and tenants should do to resolve a damp problem and what the regulations cover.
Property licensing plays a crucial role when letting a property out. Staying compliant does not solely refer to paying your taxes, but other legal aspects as well, such as using the correct legal documents and updating your licences and safety certificates.
If you are renting in the UK, you may need a guarantor. This is a common requirement by landlords and letting agents. But what is a guarantor and why woul...
Ticking all the boxes and making sure you as a landlord are compliant can be a tricky task. We at MakeUrMove created this checklist to make it life a little bit easier for you.
The responsibility of dealing with the infestation depends on when it started and how but the only solution might be calling the professionals for help.
Just because you may not be able to paint the walls purple or use that hipster paper you found, doesn't mean you can't make your rented property your home.
What are your responsibilities when it comes to maintenance? And what can the landlord demand you do? We'll try to answer the questions you may have here.
The Tenant Fees Ban have come into force on 1st June 2019. The Act limits the fees that private landlords and letting agents are allowed to charge tenants. Here are some FAQs regarding the Tenant Fees Act based on various scenarios.
Serving proper notices is important when it comes to staying compliant and protecting yourself from any miscommunications. Here are 7 kinds of notices landlords should know.
Is a tenant about to move out of your rental property? You may already be thinking about what you need to do to prepare the property for potential new tenants. Ensure the move out procedure goes smoothly with our move out checklist.
All tenants have the right to ‘quiet enjoyment’. This means a right to privacy. Unreasonable demands for access from the landlord would undermine that right.