2020: The year of the tech landlord

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It’s 2020, how can you not afford to be using technology to streamline your property business?

Read more and find out how to leverage technology to save yourself time, keep tenants happy and ultimately generate more income.

8 landlord habits you need to start in 2020

2020 is well upon us now so what new habits are you trying out this year to make yourself a more effective landlord? Here’s 8 we’ve come up with!

What landlords need to know about the election promises

With the general election looming, we take a look at what each party is promising for landlords and how this may effect the rental market

Why property compliance needn’t be a headache

Find out what processes and systems you need in place to make dealing with compliance a breeze

How to recruit great tenants for your property

Tenants are the lifeblood of your business. Choose the wrong
type of tenant, and you could face a whole host of problems such as late rental payments, damage to your property, and so on.

So, how do you recruit a great tenant for your property?

9 landlord rights you need to know you have

With landlord legislation changing all the time you may feel that you have fewer rights and control than ever when managing your property.

To help you understand what you can and cannot do we have put together a useful reminder of nine rights you have.

How to deal with demanding tenants

Here are our top tips that will help you retain your tenants – saving you time, money and effort in the long run.

Tenant Fee Ban: 10 things every landlord should know

As from June 1st, private landlords and estate agents in England can no longer charge fees to tenants. So, how will this change in legislation affect you?

Tenant Fee Ban

Come the 1st June BOTH Private Landlords AND Agents can no longer charge fees to tenants. Predictions are that this could save a whopping 240 Million per year in tenants fees.


HMOs Vs Buy-to-Lets… Which is the best property investment strategy?
If you’re considering investing in property, chances are you’ve weighed up the pros and cons of becoming a Landlord.

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