Message from Carolyn Uphill, NLA Chairman

At the NLA we believe that risks are inevitable and are faced by landlords of all shapes and sizes. Whether you have a large portfolio and your lettings are your primary business or you see letting as a supplement to your income, you will still need to deal with the risks that come as part and parcel of the process.

Over the next few months, as part of our essential support to private landlords, the ‘Rent Risk Resolve’ campaign will look at some of the key risks faced by landlords in the private rented sector and arm you with the guidance and information you need to be able to deal with these before the time comes. Planning ahead and preparing for what might be can act as a way to reduce the effects of the risks we will cover in this campaign.

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