Increase in private tenants looking to protect their deposit from accidental damage charges

15 August, 20170 Comments
As the amount of private landlords deciding to ditch taking deposits increases, Tenant Referencing UK thought it the ideal time to look into why this is and attempt to bridge the gap to enable a smooth tenancy for all parties involved. We caught up with MyDeposits and asked: What does a deposit actually cover a private tenant for?
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Increase in landlords claiming on their insurance due to deposit disputes

06 April, 20160 Comments
Latest figures released by the TDS show that deposit disputes are at their highest level since records began, 7 years ago; meaning that more and more landlords are having to claim on their insurance. TDS data shows us that damage, cleaning and redecoration are the most common reasons given for a tenancy deposit dispute, where
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End of Tenancy to do list

Your End of Tenancy Move Out Checklist

08 January, 20160 Comments
As a landlord, you probably have a few expectations of your tenants: to look after your property and to pay rent on time, being just two of them. But these expectations don’t end when it comes to the end of the
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Five Common Problems with Chimneys

18 February, 20140 Comments
A traditional log burning fireplace is a great focal point in any room in the home. However, they require maintenance to ensure that no problems occur, which can lead to high repair costs or health concerns for people living within the home.   Here are five common issues which can lead to chimney damage and
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Top 100 housing must reads; 2013 through the eyes of an LRS landlord.

31 December, 20130 Comments
Here is a compilation of the 100 most read, most interesting, and most commented upon Landlord Referencing Forum topics, from late 2012 to the end of 2013. (Click on title of each one to read the thread in full.) The Office of Fair Trading has today launched new online resources to help internet businesses comply
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