There has been recent media attention around smoke alarms and hardware stores no longer replenishing stock of ionisation alarms. So, what does this mean for you as a landlord?
Since July 2016 its been compulsory:
Here are a couple of helpful tips for landlords in relation to lost access and swipe cards and the use of candles in tenanted properties.
Spending time and money creating a property that attracts the right tenants is one of the best investments a landlord can make.
Ah renting. It’s a double-edged sword. You avoid the expenses of mortgages, rates and house insurance: but on the flip-side you don’t have complete freedom to do what you like to your property, there’s the worry of increasing rent or “What if the landlord sells?” and you also have to put up with questionable flat-mate behaviour every now and then:
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When owning and renting out a property there are a number of considerations to be made. Finding the right tenants for your home can be one of the most difficult. There is also the question of whether you are going to allow the furry kind of tenant, as well.