Free eBook ‘Landlords Advice with Regional Relevance’ from Homelet:
“The rental property market can be notoriously difficult to predict. Fortunately, help is at hand. This eBook, which is a collaboration of property market experts, contains useful advice, key data snippets relevant to your local area and is packed with insights and analysis on important developments that are currently impacting on the sector. From new buy-to-let lending rules to the fallout of the European Union referendum vote, it covers a range of hot topics.” To download your free copy simply click here.
One of the greatest subjects in UK property and one that is most certainly seeming to always be changing, is that of landlords and Tenants. Each and every day new stories are released, unfortunately as is the way of press and media today we only hear the bad ones, which really highlights the ever changing rules and regulations that are being added to finally regulate this now ever popular business sector. Yes, in most cases the landlord and tenant along with the agency who is in charge can have a most wonderful relationship and correspondance is next to non-existant (this is music to the ears of a landlord) – Though sometimes this is far from reality and can leave landlords being tested for patience and sanity and simply questioning why they ever decided to get involved in renting their property!
The buy to let sector is big in the UK, many people renting due to increased house prices and lack of property for sale so it is always key for all three parties, landlord, tenant and agency to have the best relationship and this would mostly be down to the procedures put in to place from commencement as let’s face it, most times landlords rent their property to people they have never met so things are always a risk from day one.
HomeLet who offer landlords insurance have produced a very useful ebook for landlords to download in order to help save them time and lessen risks going forward. The Homelet website is full of information and updates, being one of the key suppliers to the UK property sector, and you will find all you need to become a successful landlord and hopefully have that all important great relationship between yourself as a landlord and your tenant.