Having a clear understanding of your financial commitments and procedures is important to making the most of your investment as a landlord. In addition to long term expenses and gains, getting your day to day costs and income in good order is essential to success. Here are our guides to help.
As a landlord you must keep your rented property free from hazards. It is your responsibility to make sure that your properties are safe for your tenants. This covers a range of different areas including electrical safety gas safety, fire precautions, and risk assessment.
As well as your legal and implied obligations set out under tenancy agreements, keeping your property in good order will help ensure you have happy, reliable tenants. A well maintained property will help you receive the yields your investment deserves. Here are our guides to help you with some of your obligations.
Our general lettings advice for landlords. Remember, we're always at the end of the phone too, so if you have any other questions please do not hesitate to contact us.