Archive for the Landlords Category
New minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) were imposed from 1 April 2018, but a second deadline is set for 1 April 2020. Landlords are being told to start preparing for the second deadline in 2020 now. Find out more.
Letting a property for the first time can be daunting. To help you manage it all – and succeed as an accidental landlord – a few tips can go a long way. Discover these tips for success as an accidental landlord.
What are the pros and cons of letting a furnished or unfurnished property to tenants? Buying furniture can be a major expense. Is it best to leave tenants to bring their own furniture? Discover the pros and cons of letting a property, furnished and unfurnished.
Renting to families and energy efficient properties generally take up less property management time for landlords than renting to tenants on benefits, a survey carried out by the National Landlords Association (NLA) has found. Get more information.
New guidelines issued by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) have resulted in more stringent tests for those applying for buy-to-let mortgages. What does this mean for landlords? Read this article to discover what landlords need to know about the new buy-to-let mortgage rules.