In his latest article, Landlord & Tenant Specialist Jason Grimster outlines how deposit protection works and your obligations.
In his latest article, Jason Grimster outlines what the new How to Rent Guide includes and what it means for you.
In his latest article, Dispute Resolution lawyer, Jason Hayter, outlines when the Renters Reform Bill is set to come into force, the changes it will bring and what it means for landlords and tenants alike.
With Section 21 evictions set to be abolished in the near future, Jason Hayter, Dispute Resolution Solicitor, takes a look at the alternative: Section 8 evictions. He outlines what they are, how they work and the grounds that landlords need to rely on.
Once you’ve found a suitable tenant for your property, and gone through the ‘screening process’ to ensure that they’re the right fit, you’ll need to prepare your property for their arrival.
In this article, Landlord & Tenant Specialist Olivia Parkinson outlines how to get ready for your new tenant and what documents you’ll need to provide.
Restrictive covenants, as you may well know, can be a real nuisance for landlords.But what exactly are they, what effect do they have, and how can you remove them. In his latest article, Landlord and Tenant Specialist Olivia Parkinson answers these questions and more.
In this article, Landlord & Tenant specialist Olivia Parkinson provides advice for people who are looking to become a landlord.
He goes on to outline the responsibilities of a landlord, the costs involved and the benefits.
If you’re a landlord who’s waiting for a new tenant to move in, you may be wondering what you can do to make sure that you’re prepared for their arrival.
In his latest video, Landlord and Tenant Specialist Will Bartley recommends three actions to take to get ready for new tenants.
If you’re looking to rent out property, you need to be aware of the responsibilities that you will take on as a landlord.
So, in this video, Landlord and Tenant Specialist Will Bartley outlines the 5 most important duties that you will have.
Are you looking to rent out a property, but unsure where to start? If so, this video might help. Here, Landlord and Tenant Specialist Will Bartley outlines the first steps that you should take.
Leaseholders will often want to renovate and modernise their property. Minor interior makeovers will not typically require consent from the Freeholder, however what about more substantial works?
Property Litigation specialist Jason Hayter looks at the recently publishers renters reform White Paper. Will looks at the takeaways for both landlords and tenants, including an update on Section 21 evictions, the private renters ombudsman, decent homes standard and property portal.
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