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  17-24 November marks Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week, a time to address…
Should I allow pets in rental properties?  Deciding whether to let your property to a tenant…
  Extensions are a great way to raise a property’s value or boost rental income, but…
  Beginning a new tenancy is a great opportunity to learn from past mistakes and get…
When your tenant gets in touch to tell you they’ve got mould growing on the wall, it’s time to take…
Can a business be run from rented property? With the growth of the short-term work contracts, and…
On the face of it, letting property to a member of your own family might seem like a no-brainer:…
  Who is responsible for blocked drains? It's the job that nobody wants. Your tenant is…
  Carpets may not be top of many lists when home hunters are looking for a rental…
How to avoid renting to cannabis farmers  Potential cannabis farmers don’t fit into…
  In this guest blog, Alex Cook, Partner at Helix Law explains why sometimes…
Since 2002, the private rental sector (PRS) in England has doubled in size to around 19–20 per cent…
Today is World No-Tobacco Day, when the public is informed of the dangers of using tobacco, the…
As with any job, being a landlord comes with its fair share of stressful situations. Research…
Landlords have lost faith in Section 8, so are using Section 21 as a backstop. Below are five…
With the impending introduction of the Tenant Fees Act, we asked the NLA Telephone Advice Line…
Last year’s sweltering summer saw soaring subsidence claims, with several insurers reporting that…
  Houses in multiple occupation (HMOs), also called multi-lets, have proved lucrative for…
We’re so pleased to announce that we’ve been approved to offer a total loss client money protection…
Until you delve deeper, many people think that agreements are all the same, but it is…
  Developing a good relationship with tenants can only be beneficial for landlords. Getting…
  Do you rent to students? Perhaps your rentals aren’t standard. If so, you might need a…
  Your tenant is being pursued by bailiffs looking to seize goods for outstanding payments -…