Tag Archive: Tenant

Mar 09

Checking Out: From The Top

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What Happens During a Check Out? Leaving a rented property can be an exciting time, moving on to new possibilities. It can also be sad, leaving behind the scene of all those good times. But it is always an anxious time, for landlord and tenant alike.  Will the property be as it was at the …

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Jul 07

We are now members of The PRS

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  As members of the AIIC we are now also members of the PRS, one of the three consumer redress schemes authorised by the Department for Communities and Local Government and National Trading Standards Institute, whose role it is to provide fair and reasonable resolutions to disputes between members of the public and property agents …

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Mar 29

Tenants: you can now use your rental history to improve your credit score

https://www.landlordtoday.co.uk/breaking-news/2016/3/new-scheme-will-use-rent-payments-to-contribute-to-tenants-credit-scores Rental management company Credit Ladder has launched a new initiative that will help people to get similar credit history improvements to those enjoyed by homeowners paying off mortgages. You must ‘opt in’ to the is free scheme. Then your rental payment information will begin building your credit history from the point you sign up. …

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Mar 09

Why employ an Independent Inventory Clerk?

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For landlord and tenant alike a comprehensive Inventory is an invaluable document. But why should you consider hiring an independent clerk rather than drawing up one yourself? Carried out at the start of the tenancy an Inventory should detail the current state of the property at Check In, providing a clear guide as to how …

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Feb 01

Is Your Deposit Held Correctly?

Do you know if your landlord is holding your deposit in a secure scheme? Are you a landlord? Do you have all deposits held correctly?   Are £514m Worth of Tenant Deposits Unprotected?  

Feb 01

Right to Rent scheme rolls out nationally

Were you aware of this new legislation? Do you know how it could affect you? Landlord News has a closer look   Right To Rent rolls out nationally TODAY