MyDeposits Free Tenancy Agreement Guide

02 March, 20161 Comments
Our comprehensive guide contains: 22 top tips to help ensure your tenants are aware of all their legal obligations, Pointers for clauses you may need to rely on in the event of a deposit dispute, A reminder of how to keep the terms fair and reasonable. Download your full free guide from MyDeposits here. Related
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How Safe Is Your Area?

21 February, 20140 Comments
Whether you have lived in the same place for a number of years and intend to stay put, or are looking to up sticks to somewhere new it is always a good idea to get informed about the area in question. Making yourself aware of the crime rates could determine future decisions or simply give
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When does your friend become your landlord?

25 November, 20130 Comments
The obvious answer is when they let property to you, be it a house, garage, flat or “just” a room. While in all of the above scenarios there is the potential for trouble as business is being mixed with friendship, when actual living space is shared, the problems often multiply by a factor of 10.
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When is a landlord not a landlord?

21 October, 20130 Comments
Answer – when they think they’re not as they’re letting a room, and not a whole property! Following the credit crunch, many of us, myself included, have found ourselves letting out either the whole or a part of our own homes. Some have been forced to do this rather than lose their home completely. The
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Ghost streets can be revived via networking

04 January, 20133 Comments
As work begins on a £14m plan to restore 200 empty homes in Lancashire, Landlord Referencing Services believe that it has the exact tool needed to get the thousands of empty homes right across the UK back into habitable order, at no cost at all. There are thought to be around 850,000 empty homes in
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