Like every month, Rentila offers you an overview of the main real estate news of interest to landlords and tenants. This month, we focus on: Big increase in value of UK’s build to rent sector predicted; What is currently happening in the UK property market?; Bank of England expected to keep interest rates unchanged again; London found to be the only region to have unaffordable rent; 32% of landlords are looking to buy property; Tenancy fraud: strategies for landlords… Happy reading and… renting!
- Landlords cannot enter a tenant’s home without proper notice
- Landlords cannot increase rent without following proper procedures
- Landlords cannot harass or discriminate against tenants
- Landlords cannot lock out tenants without going through an eviction process
- Landlords cannot retaliate against tenants for complaining of poor conditions
- Things to remember
Are you a property owner who’s recently decided to rent out your space?
That’s great, but you must be prepared for the responsibilities that come with being a landlord. One of the mistakes landlords make when renting is not educating themselves on tenancy regulations.
As much as you’d like to, there are certain things you just can’t do as a landlord. We’ve compiled a handy list of 5 things landlords are not allowed to do while renting their property.
Like every month, Rentila offers you an overview of the main real estate news of interest to landlords and tenants. This month, we focus on: House price forecast: will the property market rise or fall in five years?; Top 5 Buy-to-Let Rental Yield Areas in Liverpool: Revealed; Could a joint mortgage make it easier to get on the property ladder?; Average five-year fixed mortgage rate edges back down towards six per cent; Tenant demand surges in South East regions; Top 5 Property Investment Mistakes You Need to Avoid;… Happy reading and… renting!
As landlords in the UK, there’s more to owning rental property than just collecting the monthly rent payments. Countless things can go wrong, from leaky roofs to broken boilers and tenant damages.
That’s why buy-to-let insurance is so important — it helps protect your investment and ensures you’re covered financially if something unexpected happens.
That said, what are the most common landlord claims in a buy-to-let property?
Like every month, Rentila offers you an overview of the main real estate news of interest to landlords and tenants. This month, we focus on: House price to income ratio eases from record high; Rocky housing market will pick up in Autumn; Surge in first-time buyers turning to ‘the bank of mum and dad’; Scottish Government confirms plans for rent controls; What to do if you can’t sell your home; How Much Deposit Do You Need for a Buy-to-Let?; Vast majority of landlords won’t buy a property below EPC level C… Happy reading and… renting!
- Residential Real Estate Investors: Focusing on Housing
- Commercial Real Estate Investors: Investing in Business Properties
- Real Estate Investment Companies: Letting the Pros Handle It
- Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs): Investing in Real Estate Stocks
- Real Estate Crowdfunding: Pooling Money Together
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Things to remember
When it comes to real estate investing, you have so many options. Maybe you want the thrill of flipping houses for a profit. Or perhaps you’re more interested in the long game of buy-and-hold rental property investing. Either way, choosing the right investment strategy for your needs and risk tolerance is critical.
Like every month, Rentila offers you an overview of the main real estate news of interest to landlords and tenants. This month, we focus on: UK house prices fall at fastest annual rate for 14 years; What’s Happening with the London Property Market in August?; Higher mortgage rates sees house buyer demand plummet by 40%; How to Choose the Right Property to Let Out; Average of 20 viewing requests for each home to rent… Happy reading and… renting!
As an independent property owner, you need to find good tenants, set fair rules, and keep everyone happy. However, there are certain things tenants are not allowed to do while renting, and you should know about these to save you from any potential headaches.
Like every month, Rentila offers you an overview of the main real estate news of interest to landlords and tenants. This month, we focus on: What’s been happening in the UK’s housing market in the first half of 2023?; Is London heading for a property market apocalypse?; Banks raise rates again in further mortgage pain; Brighton named among the most expensive UK seaside areas for renters in 2023; Landlords will have to hike rent by £614 to make a profit; The DPS provides top tips for landlords at the end of a tenancy; Landlords increasingly seek guarantors for well-paid tenants… Happy reading and… renting!
Inheriting a house from a relative is one thing; knowing what to do with it is another. It’s understandable if you’re confused about the latter — perhaps the location isn’t ideal for you to live in yourself, or the property needs extensive renovations you can’t afford right now.
Rather than selling the house and missing out on future opportunities, have you considered turning it into a buy-to-let investment property?