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What are tenants’ legal responsibilities for repairs and maintenance?

tenant unblocking a sink

Whilst there is, quite rightly, much discussion in the media about the legal obligations of landlords, there is less recognition that tenants themselves have a number of legal responsibilities. The relationship between landlords and tenants is two way, with both owing each other obligations. This blog post is an objective guide to the responsibilities of

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What landlords need to know about full property management services

Property manager to visit properties

It sounds so compelling: “let and forget”. With the business of landlording being so highly regulated, isn’t it easier for landlords to use letting agents to provide professional property management services to look after both the tenants and the property? The answer is “it depends”. It depends on finding the right agents who will provide

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How to terminate the management contract with your letting agents

landlord waving goodbye as she terminates the agreement with her letting agent

With landlords’ margins being squeezed by the increases in interest rates and inflation, not to mention Section 24 for unincorporated landlords, many are looking to save costs in 2024. One obvious way to save money is for landlords to manage their own properties themselves. However, if they already have letting agents in place, they’ll need

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