Rent Increases &Tenancy Deposit Scheme
Tax Planning and Financial

NRLA Landlord Support
NRLA Landlord Support
17 years ago
The most efficient way to increase the rent is to discuss this with the tenant and then issue a new tenancy from the next rent due date.
A rent increase clause in the agreement is interpreted strictly and if it leads to a lower rent than you could achieve then you lose out.If you do not revew, depending on wording you may have lost that years rent increase.
I do not recommend a s13 notice as the instructions are complex and the Rent assessment committee ca get involved and you may not get any rent increase.
Increasing the rent does mean theoriginal deposit goes into a TDS scheme

Dave A

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