From Tuesday 4th May 2021, letting agents and landlords must have updated their Section 8 eviction notices to include details of the Breathing Space regulations. Agents must ensure the paperwork is up to date with the new Debt Respite Scheme (Breathing Space Moratorium and Mental Health Crisis Moratorium). Should a Section 8 fail to be … Continue reading Section 8: What Do You Need To Update?
Letting agents must publish certain information to clients. The information must be clear, not misleading and be visible to the eye in your office, on your website and on third party websites. Third party websites includes portals, social media and other websites. It may not always be possible to advertise all the details on social … Continue reading What Must You Publish?
With over 150 forms of landlord law, the complexities of drawing up a tenancy agreement and the continuous maintenance of the let, letting a property is getting more and more difficult. As a letting agent, you should elaborate on this when trying to win business from your landlord, convincing them to turn to a managed … Continue reading Things Landlords Should Be Aware Of
Colder weather means your properties are more at risk of damage, whether it's the pipes, boiler, gutter or drainage system. As well as this, ensuring your lets up to date with the latest compliance will ensure your tenants are fully protected throughout the Winter months. We've outlined some keys things you should consider... Gas Safety … Continue reading Protect Your Tenants From That Winter Snap
We’re pleased to pledge our support for Gas Safety Week. As well as this blog, we’ve produced a useful video outlining everything you need to consider when it comes to gas and fire safety. Fire Safety Fire risk assessments must take place in all areas of the property including the common areas of flats and … Continue reading Keeping Landlords And Lettings Safe
In terms of the EPC (Energy Performance Certificate), new legislation has recently been announced in the private rental sector. From April 1st 2018, agents must have ensured their property meets E on the EPC scale should they wish to let it under a new or renewed tenancy unless you qualify for an exemption . By … Continue reading What’s Your EPC?