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4 tips for success as an accidental landlord

16 July 2018 / By: / Under: Landlords

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.

Families require least property management time, NLA research shows

22 June 2018 / By: / Under: Landlords

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.

RLA renews calls to scrap Right to Rent checks

11 June 2018 / By: / Under: Landlords

The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) is renewing calls for the Right to Rent scheme, introduced in England in February 2016, to be scrapped. Find out more about the Right to Rent scheme and why the RLA has described the scheme as an ‘unwelcome policy’.

Cost more important than location for most renters

9 May 2018 / By: / Under: Landlords

Eight out of ten renters who responded to a survey say that cost is the most important factor when renting property, while location was less important. Find out more.

NLA steps in as government consults on longer tenancies

21 February 2018 / By: / Under: Landlords

The National Landlords Association (NLA) is calling on the government to make sure any legislation it introduces for longer tenancies reflects the full diversity of the private rented sector. Various

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