Partners and Suppliers

Working with industry-leading experts ensures our members have access to the services and support they need to run their business, with exclusive discounts and offers available. Over here, we have compiled all the expert articles and opinions, practical guides, case studies and much more, designed to inform and educate.

Are you up to Date with Landlord Legislation?

The private rental sector has become increasingly regulated over the past few years in a bid to increase housing standards and tenant safety. It is important for landlords to be compliant and adhere to the current regulations or face fines, or even a prison sentence. Legislation is constantly changing. NRLA Partner, Rentguard has provided a guide of the current rules and regulations that landlords must be on top of.

Partners and Suppliers Jack Vlasto 12/08/2022
Are you up to Date with Landlord Legislation?

How to Choose an Estate Agent

There are almost 20,000 estate agencies across the UK, so how do you decide which is the right one to sell your property? Kirsty Burnham, head of property at Movewise, shares some tips.

Partners and Suppliers Kirsty Burnham 10/08/2022
How to Choose an Estate Agent

How to Tackle Damp in Rented Housing

Living in a house with damp or mould problems can be harmful to health. This can be a particular problem in privately rented accommodation, as problems can go undetected, particularly during void periods. NRLA Recognised Supplier, Envirovent tells us more.

Partners and Suppliers Ruth MacEachern 09/08/2022
How to Tackle Damp in Rented Housing

Making Tax Digital for Landlords - Everything you Need to Know

The first part of Making Tax Digital (MTD) came into effect in the UK in April this year. Here Gemma Doswell from NRLA Recognised Supplier, TaxScouts runs through everything you need to know to ensure you are compliant.

Partners and Suppliers Gemma Doswell 04/08/2022
Making Tax Digital for Landlords - Everything you Need to Know

Airbnbs in 2022: Still a Good Investment?

Those who haven't taken the Airbnb plunge may be wondering whether it's a ship that's already sailed, especially with international travel back on the cards. Some of us have been lucky enough to dust off our passports already or are booked to fly off somewhere overseas, so where does this leave the great British staycation - and the Airbnb property investment market? NRLA Partner, Viewber, gives us their insight.

Partners and Suppliers Ed Mead 02/08/2022
Airbnbs in 2022: Still a Good Investment?

Buy to Let Market Update: August 2022

Welcome to 'Buy to Let Market', a column aimed at providing you with recent criteria and product updates within the Buy to Let lending markets written by Doug Hall of NRLA Mortgages.

Partners and Suppliers Doug Hall 01/08/2022
Buy to Let Market Update: August 2022

Three Summertime Disputes for Landlords and how to Prevent them

The British summertime is here and temperatures have been soaring! But is your tenant keeping cool? Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) looks at 3 hot weather disputes that landlords face and offers advice on how to prevent them. Read on for more.

Partners and Suppliers Sandy Bastin 29/07/2022
Three Summertime Disputes for Landlords and how to Prevent them

Should I rent to students? Advice for landlords

Sandy Bastin, head of TDS Adjudication Services on renting to students and a new guide for landlords.

Partners and Suppliers Sandy Bastin 28/07/2022
Should I rent to students? Advice for landlords

How to Manage Energy Bills and Meter Readings in Rented Properties

The energy crisis is looming and, as a result, many households have seen a sharp rise in their energy bills. Staying on top of these utilities isn't easy at the best of times, but it can become even more difficult for landlords and tenants if meter readings aren't managed correctly in rented properties. Recognised Supplier, Inventory Hive, tell us how to make sure energy bills don't become part of the tenancy dispute problem.

Partners and Suppliers Richard Abbots 28/07/2022
How to Manage Energy Bills and Meter Readings in Rented Properties

How One Married Couple Beat the Tax Changes

Since the introduction of Section 24, many landlords have restructured property ownership to protect themselves against tax changes, however this doesn't necessarily have to involve a change of ownership. Recognised Supplier, Less Tax 4 Landlords, gives us their insight.

Partners and Suppliers Ben Rose 25/07/2022
How One Married Couple Beat the Tax Changes