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Letting & Renting

Info & tips on renting or letting a property

Letting Agents - What they do - - News and articles for agentright.comNews and articles for agentright.com

What letting agents do, how they work and all you need to know before using them.

The trapped tenants: Half of people renting would prefer to buy their own home

The number of families who are privately renting has ballooned - and will continue to rise over the next few years.

What does an EPC mean to a landlord?

Well…..probably not a lot –  most only bother with them as it is a requirement to be able to market your property to let. Of course this is only my opinion, but I think that realistically ...

What To Do When A Tenant Stops Paying Their Rent | My Property Mentor Blog

Some advice and the legal channels you must abide by when your tenant stops paying the rent.

Deposit protection schemes for private tenants : Directgov - Home and community

How deposit protection schemes work, who needs to use them and how to choose the best scheme for you

RLA News Service » Blog Archive » Landlords voice disenchantment at deposit schemes

Latest Industry News for Landlords & Property Investors

Gas Safety for Landlords and Property Agents - LandlordZONE

Gas Safety for - Landlords, Letting Agents and Managing Agents

About Energy Performance Certificates for private landlords and letting agents

A guide to Energy Performance Certificates for private landlords and letting agents from Property Inventory Services.

Deposit protection schemes for private tenants : Directgov - Home and community

How deposit protection schemes work, who needs to use them and how to choose the best scheme for you

ARLA Offers Advice For 'Reluctant Landlords' | My Property Mentor Blog

Advice from Castle Cover and ARLA about renting out your home to tenants for the first time as a 'reluctant landlord

How to choose a Letting Agent - articles for agentright.com

It is advisable when you choose to select a letting agent to select one who is a member of a professional body, for instance the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA), the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) or the Royal Iread more ....

Do I need planning permission for my property development?

If you're planning to build a house or change the roof design, you will need to secure planning permission before starting. Failing to do so could get you in hot water. You could be fined and in extreme cases, the government planning bodies could demand that you tear down the development.