Call of the week
NRLA members can access unlimited advice and support from our advice team. Our weekly Call of the Week blog features how our advice team has helped a member find the solution to their query. The most recent Call of the Week articles can be read below-please note date of article.
A landlord recently gave our landlord advice team a call with a query they had about renewing a tenancy agreement. They were coming towards the end of an existing assured shorthold tenancy agreement (AST) with their tenant and wanted advice on renewing the agreement for another fixed term, or whether the tenancy should just roll on.
This week our advice team helped a member who called up with a question about Right to Rent checks and Brexit.
This week we were able to advise one of our members who had a question relating to their obligations under the new electrical safety legislation, and the current lockdown in England.
A member gave us a call recently with a question about extending a six month tenancy agreement.
Our advice team recently helped a member learn more about whether tradespeople are still able to visit his empty property given the current lockdown.
A member gave our advice team a call recently looking for some advice on how to tackle condensation, after a tenant had been in touch to report the issue.
This week our advice team helped one of our members with setting up a new tenancy. The landlord hadn't created a new tenancy for a few years, and they wanted to make sure they were doing everything by the book.
A member gave our advice team a call recently with a query around the types of tenancy agreement that we offer. They were considering investing in HMOs and wanted to learn a little more about the types of tenancy agreements relating to this.
Across the country, Universities are gearing up for the start of term once again. This week a landlord gave our team a call looking for some guidance in relation to coronavirus, to pass on to her tenants who are a group of friends, due to move into a house share next month.