Quick Question: When do you class the rent as being late?

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When is it time to chase rent payments? Rent is classed as being late if it has not been paid the day after the due date. If a tenant has failed to pay rent by the close of business time on the due date, then they have fallen into arrears. Same applies if a tenant... read more →

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What a tenant wants from your property

The demand for rental property shows no sign of slowing down, so in theory, you shouldn’t struggle to secure tenants for your property. So I’m

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Does it pay to be a landlord?

Section 24 is having extreme tax implications for landlords. So much so that new research has revealed that UK private landlords are paying over double

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Why is my property not renting? 3 reasons why landlords are having a hard time finding tenants

Finding tenants for your property is always going to be a relevant topic. However, more landlords are finding themselves in a position where there is

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Are you aware of the Tenant Fee Ban and why it’s happening?

I’m surprised by how few landlords I’ve spoken to are aware of the upcoming tenant fee ban. The legislation has been nearly three years in

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Your Tenant Fee Ban questions answered

The tenant fee ban has certainly gained more momentum since the start of the year, especially since we now have an implementation date of June

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Landlord insurance explained – What you need to know when considering rent protection

I frequently get asked by landlords if rent protection insurance is worth purchasing or not. The answer to this question is entirely personal to your

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How landlords can prepare for the tenant fee ban

While there’s no official date for the tenant fee ban for your diary yet, it is happening. The legislation that was announced back in 2016

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Everything you need to know about letting services

What services do you offer? This is the question I get asked the most as a letting agent. The types of services most agencies will

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How well do you know your tenant?

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – a good tenant is the key to success in the buy-to-let industry. With the government

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