Whether you're looking for useful tips to ensure your rental property is safe and secure if your tenants are heading away, or you just want to learn more about what you can do to improve its kerb-appeal, then you're in the right place. Our helpful tips section covers anything from practical step-by-step advice on completing maintenance jobs, to useful tips on completing self-assessment tax returns.
We are excited to launch a brand new 'where to start with' series, which will take a look at some of the key topics and issues landlords are facing, and where to start with in addressing them. In the first blog in this series, we take a look at where to start with renewing a tenancy.
This month is national pet month, which means one thing only, we're talking pets!
Want to learn more about the technique to painting a wall like a professional, or perhaps how to paint a door and ensure a smooth finish? Youâ€™re in the right place.
Remember - NRLA members can benefit from a 10% discount on most items at B & Q, including paint, thanks to the NRLA's partnership with TradePoint.
NRLA partner, Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance share their useful guidance for landlords on how to carry out spring property maintenance despite the continued Covid-19 restrictions.
NRLA deposit protection provider, mydeposits, write about about property inventories, why including visual media is so important and, how good images can make all the difference if you need to rely on them to resolve end of tenancy negotiations and disputes.
Landlord James Tanner and wife Tatiana are passionate about energy efficiency. Following the completion of an eco-retrofit on an Edwardian house - which they carried out while retaining the original period features -Â they have written a checklist for landlords, detailing low-cost improvements that can have a significant impact on the energy efficiency of rental homes
Stormy weather is not unusual in the winter and there has been an increase in severe storms in recent years. This guide from NRLA partners Hamilton Fraser covers what landlords can do to prepare for a storm, and what landlords should do if their rental property is hit by a storm.
Prevention being better than cure is not a new concept, in fact it's been around since the 16th Century and has been a mantra for the NHS for a few years now.