Everything that you need to know about becoming a landlord
We don't have to tell you that becoming a landlord comes with a host of new responsibilities and landlord obligations - it’s easy to become bogged down.
Luckily help is at hand.
Whether you’re a buy-to-let investor or simply renting out your old home, we’re on hand to demystify some of the industry’s terminology and highlight the things you’ll need to know about becoming a landlord. From tenancy fees, landlord fees and building and contents insurance, we'll have it covered.Get in touch
Becoming a landlord: Your complete guide
From tenancy agreements to EPC certificates, the costs and responsibilities of becoming a landlord can spiral if you don’t watch out. Here's everything that you need to knowFIND OUT MORE
Preparation to let
We know that getting your property ready for tenants can be a big task. Here is a list of the main things you will need to ensure are taken care of.FIND OUT MORE
Renting out a property – 6 things you need to know
The most important six things you’ll need to bear in mind before renting out a property.FIND OUT MORE
What is a letting agent?
Can you manage your property on your own or will a letting agent simplify the process for you? We have the answers.FIND OUT MORE
Top 10 things all new landlords should know
Your all-inclusive list of the most important things to remember if you’re renting out property.FIND OUT MORE
What is a good rental yield?
Rental yields differ from region to region and depend on a great many things. So, what is a good rental yield and how can you achieve this? We’re on hand with the advice you may need.FIND OUT MORE
A guide to EPCs
An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a legal requirement, and needed whenever a property is built, sold or rented. Here's what else you should know.FIND OUT MORE
What is a tenancy agreement?
Sooner or later you’ll be asked to draft a tenancy agreement. So just what should it include?FIND OUT MORE
What is a letting fee?
Typical letting agents fees for renting in the UK are often shrouded in secrecy. Luckily, we like to be transparent about this sort of thing so here's a breakdown.FIND OUT MORE