GUARANTEED RENT AGREEMENTS

Guaranteed Rent Agreement

Are you a property investor that is considering a Rent to Rent for your portfolio?  Sometimes called a guaranteed rent agreement.  These are commercial agreements that fall outside the scope of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954.  Having a written agreement is crucial and you should always obtain legal advice, as many are not professionally - Read More >
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ENFORCEMENT OF THE TENANT FEES ACT

Private Landlord

Are you a private landlord? If so, are you aware that the Tenant Fees Act 2019 came into force on 1st June 2019?  It has the potential to make your life more difficult with plenty of scope to get things wrong and land yourself in trouble.  Tenants can demand rent and deposit refunds and challenge - Read More >
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NEW FORM 6A AND HOW TO RENT GUIDE FROM 1st JUNE 2019

Form 6A

Are you a private landlord with tenants occupying under an Assured Shorthold Tenancy and you wish to give them Notice? If so, please note that the Form 6A prescribed notice has been updated to include a note on the Tenants Fees Act, and a better explanation on what happens if you have not applied for - Read More >
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CONCERNED ABOUT THE END OF S21 NO-FAULT EVICTIONS?

Private Landlord

Are you a private landlord? If so, no doubt you will have seen the news about the government’s intention to review the S21 no-fault eviction process. There is no fixed date for this review or when S21 will come to an end. The reason given by the Housing Secretary for the review of S21 is - Read More >
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RESIDENTIAL PRIVATE LANDLORDS INVENTORY ESSENTIALS

Deposit dispute

Many landlords do not do an inventory prior to a new tenant commencing occupation, and if they do the inventory is insufficiently detailed, should a deposit dispute arise when the tenancy comes to an end. What is also important is that any photographs or videos taken are date and time stamped.  As most of us - Read More >
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