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Let’s discuss a Tenant-Find service that packs more value than a ripe avocado. For only £49. I’m not here to ‘sell it’, I’m just here to make sure you know about it! My Landlord Newsletters currently has approx 60,000 subscribers (you should jump on board if you haven’t done so already. It’s 100% free). Do […]
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The Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018 comes into force on 20th March 2019. So what does that mean for your sorry ass? Landlords have ALWAYS been legally obligated to ensure their properties are ‘fit for human habitation’, but now there’s an emphasis on landlords (with rentals in England), to ensure their properties are […]
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Howsy.com, formerly NoAgent.com (they had a branding switch-up back in 2018), the complete management service for landlords from £45 per month (it’s even cheaper when you toss in the shiny discount below). To clarify, this isn’t going to be a full-blown review of Howsy’s service, like I’ve previously done with other online agents. Nor is […]
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Aye? What about burglars? As a landlord blogger that’s shared his experiences – the highs, the lows, and everything mushy in-between – for the past decade, I’ve never once grappled with the issue of rentals being invaded by burglars. To be perfectly honest, I’ve never even thought about it, and yet, unfortunately, I bet the […]
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You probably haven’t read it, my first blog post on Short-Lets and Airbnb, but if you have, you’d know that I confessed to being the uncool dad that’s still walking around with a mullet and a bumbag, because of how late I familiarised myself with the whole Short-let/Airbnb revolution. I only really grasped the concept […]
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One of the major pain-in-the-go-nads for Airbnb and short-term letting hosts (landlords) is servicing the revolving door of constant incoming and outgoing guests! The turnaround is snappy and it can be exasperating! So what’s the solution for such a dilemma? Income “Airbnb & Guest Management Services (in London & other major cities in the UK)”… […]
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Housesimple.com (the well-known online estate agents) offer letting services, but regrettably, I’d rather shoot myself in the ass with a poison dart than use or recommend their letting services. I can accept the fact that their base package is comparatively more expensive than many of their rivals, but what I can’t accept is how painfully […]
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A quick head’s up for anyone that’s in the market for a BTL Mortgage! Property Master is a FREE online buy-to-let specialist mortgage brokers, who typically save borrowers £1,800 (based on current annual outgoings per property). Get results in 10 minutes! I first across Property Master a couple of months ago, when I received a […]
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Bit of a no-brainer, but I’ll share my story anyways, because it’s cool to emphasise the importance of staying true to the rules of thumb now and then. Today the penny finally dropped. I’ve conceded to the humiliating fact that my snake-oil tenant pulled the wool over my – what evidently seems to be – […]
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There’s nothing fancy or different about creating a tenancy with a HMO (Houses in multiple occupation) tenant – the legal agreement between you and your tenants should be an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST), just like if you were letting a property to a single family (i.e. a single let). AST’s are the most common form […]
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