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Are Your Rental Properties Being Used As Cannabis Farms?


Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Over 450,000 Cannabis Plants Seized By Police In 2014 New figures recently released have revealed the extent of cannabis cultivation in the UK, affecting both landlords in the private rental sector (PRS) and social housing landlords. The analysis of drug seizures in England and Wales in the 2013/14 tax year as recorded by the ONS, [...]


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Tenant Liability Insurance Can Help Avoid Tenancy Deposit Disputes


Thursday, May 14, 2015

Tenant Liability Insurance Can Protect Tenant Deposits There is often a great deal of confusion when tenancy deposit disputes arise between landlords and tenants without Tenant Liability Insurance. Rental properties may need repairs due to accidental damage or maintenance issues may arise where responsibilities may have not been kept up by the tenant. Tenancy deposit [...]


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Tenants Liability Insurance Makes A Huge Difference


Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Tenants Without Tenant Liability Insurance Don’t Always Get Full Deposits Back A new survey has revealed that over half of private rented sector tenants who have rented properties in the PRS during the last 5 years and who didn’t have tenants liability insurance, didn’t get the full value of their deposits back when the left [...]


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Renting To Tenants With Pets


Thursday, April 16, 2015

Many Landlords Against Allowing Pets In Rental Properties The majority of the public are pet lovers, unfortunately though many landlords are not… There have been many horror stories in the media about expensive damage caused by pets in rental properties, making many landlords refuse to even consider letting to tenants with pets. Landlords who don’t [...]


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Avoid Deposit Disputes With Tenant Liability Insurance


Thursday, January 22, 2015

17% Of UK PRS Landlords Lost Deposit Disputes In 2014 Through Failing To Provide Evidence To Support Claims According to recent data published by the Deposit Protection Service (DPS) many private rental sector (PRS) landlords operating rental property businesses without Tenant Liability Insurance failed to respond to deposit disputes in time to secure payments for [...]


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Severe Weather Causes Chaos For Uninsured Landlords


Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Landlords Warned About Perils Of Being Uninsured Following Severe Weather Conditions The recent severe weather conditions may have caused chaos for uninsured PRS landlords, with the terrible conditions causing costly damage to rental properties that will have to be repaired out of potential rental profits. The gale force winds, driving rain, sleet, snow and freezing [...]


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Landlords Hate Unexpected Rental Property Repairs


Thursday, December 11, 2014

Rising Rental Property Repairs Can Hit Landlord Finances Hard As many UK private rental sector landlords are already aware, there is nothing worse than having to pay for unexpected rental property repairs, especially when any damage could have been prevented. Tenants often think that it doesn’t matter if they cause damage to rental properties as [...]


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Landlords Fed Up Of Paying For Property Repair Bills


Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Landlords And Tenants Can Avoid Costly Property Repair Bills With Tenant Liability Insurance Many UK private rental sector landlords are getting well and truly fed up with having to pay for property repair bills for their rental assets due to damage caused by tenants, even if the problem was caused by accident. Up to 30% of [...]


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Protect Rental Properties From Tenant Damage


Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Landlords Warned To Expect Damaged Properties At End Of Tenancies 28% of UK private rented sector (PRS) landlords have been forced to rectify damage to rental properties caused by tenants during the last 12 months, effectively wiping out any potential annual profits made by landlords without Tenant Liability Insurance. The results of the research commissioned [...]


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What Exactly Is Fair Wear And Tear?


Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Determining Fair Wear And Tear Is One Of Biggest Issues Of Private Sector Rentals The Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC) say that letting agents and landlords struggle most with determining what exactly constitutes fair wear and tear in a rented property and the whole process is among the most hotly contested issues about renting [...]


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