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.
This week is the tenth Gas Safety Week, an annual week coordinated by the Gas Safe Register, with landlords being reminded of their obligations when it comes to keeping tenants safe. The NRLA has a vast range of resources including courses for landlords to learn more about gas safety.
Our forum is a brilliant place to ask questions and share experiences with other landlords. A member posted on our forum recently looking for advice and experiences of other landlords around tenants in her HMO who often have arguments.
If you are letting a property to multiple tenants, this may make it a house in multiple occupation (HMO). When this is the case, there are factors to be aware of that might not apply to a standard residential let, such as specific HMO insurance. In this blog Rentgaurd explain more about HMO Insurance for landlords.
Refreshing the bathroom at your property does not need to break the bank, and in this blog we will take a look at some small tips and tricks you can do at a reasonable cost, to revive a tired looking bathroom. NRLA members can benefit from a 5 per cent discount on most items at B & Q, including on bathrooms, thanks to the NRLAs partnership with Tradepoint.
The Shadow Welsh Housing Minister Mark Isherwood MS has called on the Welsh Government to introduce more support for private landlords in the country and called for a greater understanding of the need to protect both tenants and landlords.
Subsidence is regarded as a property owner's worst nightmare, often with good reason. After all, when the ground underneath a property begins to collapse, taking the building's foundations with it, both the structural safety and the resale value of a property are obviously going to be affected.
We take a look at five steps to managing rent arrears.
Courts will begin to hear possession cases again from the 24th August, following a five month ban on evictions.
The strict procedures landlords must now follow when bringing forward possession cases were laid out by the Government recently, detailing what landlords need to do under new Civil Procedure Rules.
Steve Harriott, CEO at The Dispute Service takes a look at how the NRLA and The Dispute Service have teamed up to provide guidance and support in these unprecedented times.
The ten most common scams relating to coronavirus have been revealed by trade body UK Finance this week, including one scamÂ involvingÂ fake council tax reduction emails. We take a look at how to identify if something is actually a scam, and what to do about it.