This is a common problem in properties. Older properties tend to suffer more than new ones, but rental properties are particularly prone.
The problem is often a matter of degree: from a … more
Landlords have less than four months to ensure their rental properties meet the new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES).
Here we’ll explain how the new MEES will work in regards to … more
Do you reject tenants with pets?
With over 46% of us being pet owners, you could be cutting off a large amount of prospective tenants.
If you are considering opening your options, read Tessa … more
Landlords and tenants are divided by new insurance based tenancy deposit scheme.
Landlords worry they may not be covered for damages at the end of tenancy and tenants are concerned deposit … more
Has one of your tenants moved out and you have remaining tenants in the property?
Tessa Sheperson explores the legal situation and provides a great case study on joint tenants. … more
News from the RLA on Universal Credit-
Alan Ward RLA Chairman
24th Nov 2017
‘The RLA Campaigns Team is pleased to report that the Government has listened to us on … more
With more and more councils across the country exploring licensing schemes, this is now becoming more important to landlords with lots of questions arising.
Are you aware of … more
Landlords don’t put your tenants at risk always check that the gas engineer you use is Gas Safe registered!
A Self-employed gas fitter has been sentenced after carrying out gas work despite … more
Government to introduce bill on letting agent fees ban?
Inside Housing News Article 01/11/17 12:01 AM by Sophie Barnes
The government will introduce a bill to parliament today to ban … more
‘A million homes still at risk’ from deadly tumble dryers Whirlpool, the washing machine manufacturer, has admitted that up to a million homes could be at risk from faulty appliances … more