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Category Archives: Letting

Guaranteed Rent – Hassle free tenants

It’s a fact: there aren’t many guarantees in life, and very seldom is anything a sure thing, especially when you’re in an unpredictable market like real estate and property management. Politics and the economy are always changing and it means house prices, rents and mortgages are subject to change all the time – no year is the same. But if you’re looking for a …

Rent to Buy – Tenant buyers are the best tenants

There’s nothing like owning your own property, and the government’s Rent to Buy scheme is making home ownership a reality to many who thought it impossible. From a landlord’s perspective, Rent to Buy tenants are potentially the best you’ll have as they literally want to invest in your property. Find out how Rent to Buy tenants are the best tenants – and how the …

How to get your rental property ready for tenants

As you make the step from homeowner to landlord, there are some vital steps you should take to be able to make sure your rental property is perfect for your new tenants to move into. Let’s take a look at the ins and outs of preparing your property. Maximise the property’s assets Recognise what kind of tenant is going to be living in your …

The current glut of rental properties on the market in...

An oversupply of properties for rent in the UK has meant that the average monthly rent for newly-let properties has fallen for the first time since 2010. As the Buy-to-Let rules changed last year, landlords have been selling properties and putting tenants in tricky situations. How can you avoid having to sell your property when competition is fierce, government rules change or the economy …

Owning An Active Rental Property Has Some Major Advant...

Owning a rental property is one thing, but keeping it actively rented is another. Once you decide to invest in a property and become a landlord, there are responsibilities that you should take care of. One of which is keeping your properties active.   By active, it means that the property should not not be kept vacant for a long time. Once a tenant …

Renting Continues To Be Popular Among Families

Renting has become an option to most families. Not only because it is more achievable than buying, but it can also be a great lifestyle choice.   According to reports, families are the most common tenant type renting across the country, as of July 2016. It turns out that recession and high housing costs have led couples and families to have a different and …

What Is Tenant’s Deposit And How To Secure It

Image credit:Tenancy Deposit Schemes For almost a decade now, landlords have already been required to put their tenants’ deposits to safety using a tenancy deposit protection scheme. This law has been made effective last 2007.   This may sound confusing to landlords who didn’t know that deposits do not end in taking them from tenants. With that, we have come up with a few …

Things You Should Know on the Maintenance Duties Of A ...

Image credit: propertyware When renting a property, the major obligations are typically burdened by the landlords. From the moment the home is marketed as a rental property, the owner is already obliged to make sure that the home meets the standards of a livable home and see to it that the property is in no way uninhabitable. This isn’t only to attract tenants but also …

Top 5 Buy To Let Tips For Startup Real Estate Investor...

Image by : whelanandpartners Getting in the real estate business requires you to be committed in more ways than one. Not only should you be committed to spend much of your time to the business, you must also be prepared to commit financially. Here are some of the best Buy To Let tips that you should keep in mind: Get in the renters’ shoes, pick …

Landlord Insurance: What It Covers And Why It Is Impor...

Image by : thehouseshop   Being a landlord comes with many responsibilities- responsibilities for tenants, and responsibilities for yourself. The whole home letting thing does not end in figuring out how much rent you are gonna charge your tenants. There is more to that. You also need to protect them and make sure that your property is serving its purpose well as their dwelling place. …

How To Lessen The Chances Of Having ‘Problem Renters’

image by: gwrealestate Being a landlord is quite an interesting position to be in. It pays you quite well, but the risks that you are getting into are also something that should never be taken lightly. One major problem you are prone to encountering once you decide to rent your place out, is dealing with problem tenants. The first major decision a landlord makes …

Buying A Fixer Upper Property As An Investment / Renta...

  If you are one of the people who are always on the lookout for the next best investment, you have probably already thought about buying a property to rent out. And if you’re one of those who are always into money saving, you may have already thought about buying a fixer upper property. Not everyone can appreciate investment properties that need renovations and …

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