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Assignment of Lease Explained

In this guide we will delve into the essentials, helping you understand every facet of a lease assignment.

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How Google Can Help You Determine the Best Time to Release a New Property

In this blog, we will delve into how Google data, as highlighted by DataLoft Inform, can help landlords pinpoint the best times to release or invest in a new property.

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Faster Grounds for Possession for Landlords Dealing with Anti-social Tenants

In this article, we will delve into the Government's proposed plan to crack down on anti-social behaviour, exploring the considered reforms and what they might mean for landlords seeking to maintain a peaceful environment for their tenants.

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How Long Does an EICR Last?

One of the key safety inspections all landlords need to conduct is the Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR). But what exactly is an EICR, who needs one, and how long does it last?

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Welsh Landlords Could Receive Financial Support for MEES

The MEES regulation, introduced to improve energy efficiency in private rental properties, can pose significant challenges for landlords.

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2023 Rental Market Forecast

The property market in general has been quite turbulent in the last few years and it is fair to say that the rental market has seen some significant shifts too with many landlords pulling out of the market due to spiralling costs and additional regulation

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How to Protect your Rental Property from Escape of Water

Water escaping and causing damage is the single largest cause of insurance claims in rental properties. According to statistics, claims for water damage not related to natural flooding have steadily increased over the last 15 years.

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Decent Homes Standard for the Private Rented Sector

Recently, the Government announced that it was going to open up consultations on the introduction of a decent homes standard to the private rented sector.

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Do Landlords Need to register with the ICO?

Data protection is a hot topic these days and ensuring that someones personal data is safely used and stored is very important for businesses, but it is also important for a landlord, even if they only have one property.

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