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What Landlords Need To Know About Tenant Referencing


Tuesday, February 24, 2015

The Importance Of Conducting Proper Tenant Referencing  And Background Checks On All Tenant Applicants  It is vital that UK private rented sector landlords conduct the proper tenant referencing and background checks on all prospective tenant applicants before granting a tenancy. Landlords need to know exactly who they are allowing to rent their properties and comprehensive tenant [...]


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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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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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5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Use Legal 4 Landlords


Tuesday, August 19, 2014

As the UK’s leading specialist providers to private rental sector landlords and the lettings industry, we believe we’re pretty good at what we do and so do 98% of our clients. However, if you’re wondering why you shouldn’t utilise our services then please see the below: We’re very sorry to inform you that not all [...]


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Key Tips For Landlords When Starting A New Tenancy


Thursday, May 24, 2012

Showing tenants around the rental property personally is a chance for the landlord to gain a little insight into the people who may soon be living in the rental property, providing that all parties like each other. It is also a good opportunity for landlords to engage with the prospective tenants and listen to their [...]


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