Renovating properties to let them to tenants can be a great way to buy a property cheaply and increase the value of your investment. However, there are lots of mistakes that landlords, and particularly new landlords make. Follow these tips to renovate perfect rental properties which withstand wear and tear and are appealing to prospective tenants.
Like every month, Rentila offers you an overview of the main real estate news of interest to landlords. This month, we focus on mortgage lending growth with low rates, renting during coronavirus and UK housing gap. Happy reading and… renting!
Like every month, Rentila offers you an overview of the main real estate news of interest to landlords. This month, we focus on investment returns, interest rates and UK housing market. Happy reading and… renting!
The days of a rent book and a handshake – being all was required to rent a property are a long distant memory. Even if you’re just a landlord with one property, there’s no getting away from compliance in today’s rental industry.
That’s not just a case of making sure appliances are safe, and you’re fully insured. Because landlords store information about their tenants then they must now be GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) compliant.
The EU regulations now in force were intended to tackle conglomerates such as Facebook’s use of personal data. But the legislation applies to every business and landlord. That’s why a rudimentary understanding of GDPR is essential. In this quick guide, we lay down all the need-to-know facts about GDPR.
In this article, we share six simple tips to help landlords choosing the right lettings agents to work on their behalf.
Finding a good letting agent can often be a tough task for landlords. We look at how you can increase your chances of finding the perfect letting agent to help you get the most from your rental property.
In this article, we take a Halloween themed look at some nightmare tenants and how landlords can reduce the risks of enduring these housing horrors.
With Halloween just around the corner we look at some absolute horror shows landlords have had to endure from nightmare tenants. The good news is we explore some ways for landlords to protect themselves against having to go through this experience.