Here we outline five strategies that can help property investors prevent, measure and mitigate rent arrears.
Taking on a new tenant brings a fair share of risk even if you conduct a thorough background check. One method of managing this risk is to obtain a rental guarantor.
In this article, we will share everything you need to know about rental guarantors and help you identify high quality rental guarantors.
Here we outline four essential resources every landlord must use to run a successful and professional property business.
A periodic tenancy is a name now given to any rolling tenancy that has no fixed end date. If you previously had an assured shorthold tenancy and the fixed term ends, then unless you agree to a new fixed term, the tenancy becomes periodic.
In this article we explain, in non-legal language, what periodic tenancies are, as well as look at contractual periodic tenancies as well as statutory period tenancies.
As there are energy performance requirements for privately rented properties, property investors need to be aware of the EPC ratings of their rental properties. Here is a guide on everything property investors need to know about EPC ratings.