Look after your tenant and they will look after you When you enter a tenancy agreement you are entering into a contractual arrangement. This gives both landlords and tenants some important rights and responsibilities. Most of these are obvious but it is worth making sure that you have these covered off. Landlords must….. Sign a tenancy […]
Health and safety in the workplace has become a hot topic since the release of the Health and Safety at Work Act in 2015. The Act creates a new platform for businesses to manage health and safety in the workplace. Under the Act renting out residential property is considered a business and there is a requirement […]
Most tenants are law-abiding, rent-paying individuals, just like most landlords are fair and reasonable business-people. But for every rule, there are exceptions. The summer months are our busiest time of the year. Fixed tenancies often end, and tenants look to move when the weather is most likely to play ball. Below we discuss some […]
If you are looking at selling an investment property it is important to consider the tenant in the situation and understand that they can often feel their security and enjoyment of the premises has been affected. Tenants can cause quite a bit of a problem and hinder viewing inspections should we not be able to […]
When it comes to a property being presented to a new tenant, or a tenant vacating a property, it is a legislative requirement the property be in a ‘reasonable condition’. So, what is ‘reasonable’? This term can be hard to define but can be seen as what a reasonable person would agree as being generally […]
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