A-Z of Letting Your Investment
B is for Break Clause:
What is it and how it can benefit both parties
A break clause is inserted into a tenancy agreement, most often an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST) when the fixed term is more often a year or more. The break clause will be worded . . . → Read More: B is for Break Clause
A. Is for Accidental Landlords
With the current uncertainty in the house sales market we are seeing more novice Landlords coming onto the market as they struggle to sell their property. Now is the time when agents must have duty of care in pointing out the risks involved in letting a property and give . . . → Read More: A is for Accidental Landlord
Why are Rental Properties More Prone to Damp & Mould?
Damp & mould are common problems in homes but particularly in rental properties. Older properties tend to suffer more than new ones, but even new build rental properties are prone to damp for reasons we’ll discuss.
Smaller patches of damp around a . . . → Read More: Why are Rental Properties More Prone to Damp & Mould?