When do noisy tenants become your problem as landlord?

Of the various problems that can arise with rental properties, antisocial behaviour is one of the thorniest. While some of it might have a detrimental effect on the fabric of the property itself, antisocial behaviour is usually felt more keenly by the neighbours than the landlord.

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10 mistakes to avoid when conducting viewings for your rental property

It’s unfortunately a sad fact of life that most tenancies tend to be relatively short term and, as a landlord, a large part of your job is attracting new tenants for your property.  Whether you’re letting a single person dwelling or a large student house, finding the right tenants takes time, money and effort in terms of advertising, agency fees and preparation.  Probably the most crucial part of the whole process is property viewings and, we’ve put together the 10 most common mistakes that landlords make with viewings - and how to avoid them.

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Am I accidently running a HMO?

An HMO, which stands for a House in Multiple Occupation, is a legal term used to define a specific type of rental property. If you run an HMO, you have certain responsibilities that you must meet. However, some landlords may be running an HMO without realising it. Here’s a guide to what an HMO is and what you need to do if you are running one.

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Is Commercial Property a Good Investment?

If you have decided that you want to invest in property, you have two main types of property to choose from: commercial and residential.

Most people will opt for residential property because it is what they have the most experience in. So why would you want to invest in a commercial property? Here are some of the pros and cons to consider before making your decision.

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