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    Changes to benefits means fewer options

    Changes to benefits means fewer options

    Over the last few years there are a growing number of tenants on low incomes have moved into the private housing sector. Actually, almost a third of those receiving housing benefits now rent privately. The benefits payments bill private landlords had doubled over the past 10 years. However, with housing benefits failing to keep up

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    Licensing systems for landlords

    Licensing systems for landlords

    The licensing system for landlords in the UK is far from straightforward in some areas many properties don’t need a license while in others you need to pay a premium per property. Landlord licensing can provide an extra burden on professional landlords whose intentions are to secure additional income for their future. In Scotland and

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    Evictions – a tale of 2 years and £15K

    Evictions – a tale of 2 years and £15K

    I’ve been a landlord for more than 20 years. And last year, in 2017 II had my very first court eviction. Like many landlords, it’s tempting to think that if you are operating at the right level, with the right tenant-type, the right checks and systems and tenancy agreements in place –  this isn’t going

    • July

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    The help of technology

    The help of technology

    Technology is already transforming the way we live. Looking into the future landlords will have to cater to certain innovations in the future, because tenants will expect it be the norm. It will of course be helpful to landlords because everything will be more automated and accessible and freeing up more of your time. So

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    How to conduct a property inspection 

    How to conduct a property inspection 

    When it comes to property inspection the main thing to keep in mind is that these visits should benefit both parties. This gives the tenants a chance to raise any maintenance issues while the landlord can also check for things that the tenant might have not noticed. This also allows the landlord to sort out

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    What is the best way to vet tenants?

    What is the best way to vet tenants?

    Many of us when we start investing want to keep as much control as possible within our business, we even want to let out our own properties which means we have to vet out our own tenants. But what does this actually require when it comes to when it comes to carrying out the tenant-finding/referencing

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