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Date: 10/3/20 Category: Inventory Services, Landlord Advice, Tenancy Tips

You've taken the time to put in all the floodgates to protect your property. The property insurance A trusted property manager The tenant referencing An ironclad Inventory & Check In report of the properties condition And finally, the corresponding Check Out is the icing on...

Date: 18/2/20 Category: Landlord Advice

During the midst of storm Ciara we received a question about storm damage. Who’s responsible for repairing and paying for damage that happens to a rented property due to a storm? The questions sounds like it has a straightforward answer “The landlord” I hear you cry.  In...

Date: 27/2/19 Category: Landlord Advice

Purchasing a buy to let investment is a desirable option due to the steady return a rental property provides over time. With more people in the UK choosing to rent rather than buy means landlords are rarely short of tenants and getting a property in the right location can put one in high demand....

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Date: 17/1/19 Category: Landlord Advice

,No matter how well tenants look after their rented property, the entropy of life will leave its mark on a property’s condition. It is normal for things to wear and degrade over time. This is where fair wear and tear comes into play. This is recognized by the lettings industry at large....

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Date: 18/12/18 Category: Landlord Advice

A schedule of condition can be defined as a factual record of the condition of a dwelling. In effect, all our reports include one of these. This includes inventories, check ins and check out reports. Our schedule of condition is a signed declaration document. The tenant will sign this if present...

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Date: 13/12/18 Category: Landlord Advice

It is not uncommon for landlords and letting agents to not allow tenants with pets into rented properties. Usually, it is found the landlord or letting agent is worried about the property being damaged. The question of keeping the property clean also comes up when landlords and letting agents...

Top 5 apps for landlords
Date: 11/12/18 Category: Landlord Advice

Whether you are an accidental landlord, let properties to earn supplemental income or a full-blown professional landlord. There are many applications on the market that make the whole process easier. Below we have selected our top 5 apps for landlords that will help enhance your letting...

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Date: 7/12/18 Category: Landlord Advice

The tenants have moved out and you've received your Check Out report. But, you or the tenants have noticed something that's been missed. What do you do? Updating Check Out Reports The check out report is an essential document in any deposit claim. It is paramount that the properties condition....

Arbitration Happy Inventories
Date: 27/11/18 Category: Landlord Advice

Since the start of Arbitration schemes such as the TDS in 2003. The importance and requirements for an inventory report have grown. As this need has grown, competition has increased in the inventory service market. This has gone onto increase the demand for quality in the inventory reports...

Date: 13/11/18 Category: Landlord Advice

What is the Homes (Fitness For Human Habitation) Bill 2018 The Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Bill was presented to the House of Commons for its first reading on the 19th July 2017. Now, the Bill has reached the report stage, which takes place on 26th November 2018. This is where MPs can...

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