It’s a question I’ve heard on many occasions from Landlords who don’t work with agencies and don’t see the need for them. But whether you’ve been a landlord for a long time or you’re just purchasing your first buy-to-let, don’t dismiss using an agent.Continue reading “What is the point of a Letting Agent?”
How far our gender has come in the world of property and independence. Less than one hundred and fifty years ago according to the Married Women’s Property Act 1882, ‘anything that a wife owed such as property was surrendered upon marriage to her husband and her legal identity ceased to exist.’ Nowadays, marriage is not the only option and the expected thing for a woman to do.Continue reading “Women & Property”
Being a Landlord isn’t a nine-to-five job. It can involve a lot of work and normally during hours outside of your day job. But if you plan well and have done your research beforehand and ensure that you have the right kind of rental property, it can be a very lucrative and a financially rewarding asset.Continue reading “So…You Want to be a Landlord!”
As Managing Agents of rental properties, I’ve seen my fair share of the strange and unbelievable. But, nothing surprises me more than when tenants pay their rent on time, then do a moonlight flit, leaving a selection of furniture and waste at the property. It’s frustrating, but unfortunately becoming an increasing reality for lots of Landlords and their Agents.
Is your HMO legal?
As of 1st October 2018, the law for HMO Licensing will be changing. Does it affect you?
I’ve come across many great Landlords in my time as a Letting Agent. But, some have no idea about the legal aspects of being a Landlord.