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My tenant is not paying rent. What can I do?

20 January 2020 / By: / Under: Landlords

Possibly the biggest expectation any landlord has is that their tenants will pay their rent on time and in full. The repercussions of a tenant who defaults on their rent

Calls for increased court funding before scrapping of Section 21

13 January 2020 / By: / Under: News

Cuts to county courts are pushing landlords into debt as a result of delayed eviction proceedings, according to housing law experts.   Most eviction proceedings are dealt with in the

Letting your property furnished or unfurnished

Letting your property furnished or unfurnished – which is better?

6 January 2020 / By: / Under: Landlords

Letting your property furnished or unfurnished is probably one of your first big decisions as landlord. We look at the pros, cons and things you need to know about furnishing a property.

review of 2019

Our review of 2019

20 December 2019 / By: / Under: London Property News

Find out more about what 2019 meant for landlords and tenants, read our review of the year, month by month.

Evicting a tenant 

How to protect yourself when evicting a tenant from your rental property

16 December 2019 / By: / Under: Private Rental Sector

If you want a tenant to leave your property for whatever reason, there are steps you need to take to stay on the right side of the law. Miss a