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Should You Rent Out Your Home on a Short Term Let?

Airbnb made the short let popular, but it's been a viable option for landlords for decades. And you don't need to have an account with
3 Read time by Melanie Lyford
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How to Handle Repair Requests From Renters

As a landlord, you need to be prepared. Months and months could go by in a tenancy, and you don't hear a single little thing from your
3 Read time by Melanie Lyford
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How to Prepare Your Property for its Next Tenancy

There is an old saying that goes something along the line of “failing to prepare means that you’re preparing to fail”. Fortunately,
3 Read time by Melanie Lyford
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What Should You Do If a Renter Hasn’t Paid Their Rent?

In an ideal world, renters pay their rent on time every month, and we all live in a happily-ever-after. Of course, not everything is
2 Read time by Simon Banks
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How Will the Rental Market Look for Millennials and Students?

The economic fallout of coronavirus is not yet known, leaving people in many industries uncertain about what the future holds. The
3 Read time by Simon Banks
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How Much do Landlords in London Owe Through Borrowing

Investing in bricks and mortar is about as British as tea and biscuits. So it won’t come as a surprise to learn that the buy-to-let
3 Read time by Simon Banks
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An Investor's Guide to Becoming a Landlord

Being a landlord can be a profitable venture that allows you to provide good-quality homes for renters. If you do it right, it's a
5 Read time by Simon Banks

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