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Accreditation represents quality. It show a landlords is serious about setting, achieving and maintaining high standards.

I have a letting agent working on my behalf, do I need to become accredited?

Yes - agents work on behalf of their clients – that's you 'the landlord' so unless you have a very special legal agreement in place (like some leasing agreements for example) you, as the landlord, are still legally responsible for whatever actions the agent does on your behalf.

Bearing this in mind we feel it essential that the landlord has at least a basic understanding of the legal and professional requirements of being a landlord.  In order to gain financial benefits that are associated with accreditation, for example licensing discounts, the individual landlord, not the agent will need to become accredited.

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