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.
Suzy Hershman, Head of Dispute Resolution at NRLA partners mydeposits writes about reducing the need for negotiations, how to approach negotiations and avoid a dispute and using evidence to support your claim and what is needed.
When it comes to keeping your properties in top condition are you a DIY-er, or do you have a team of trusted tradesmen behind you? This is the subject of our latest Big Question feature for NRLA members' magazine, Property.
In this final blog in a series focusing on the new kind of tenancy agreements being brought in next year by the Welsh Government, the NRLA explains what a supplementary term means in these agreements will mean and how landlords use them.
Following on from our last blog on the Welsh Government consultation on the new model occupational contracts, this blog looks at what a fundamental term of these agreements is and why they are not as straightforward as they may sound.
We are delighted to launch a brand new blog series where you can get to know some of our advisers as part of our expert advice team a little better. Our advice team is on hand six days a week to help members with a whole host ofÂ queries, from tenancy legislation updates to practical advice on property management.Â In this blog, we meet experienced adviser Rachel.
Landlords and tenants have been put under significant pressure during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Many have lost income and some lost their jobs as a result of the pandemic, causing significant stress which is in turn impacting their mental health.
This guide provided by NRLA partners My Deposits covers what landlords need to know about fair wear, including whether damage to the property falls under the umbrella of the term. Learn more about what is considered normal wear and tear in a rental property, and keeping wear and tear to a minimum.