Whether running regular maintenance or needing to carry out emergency repairs in a property occupied by tenants, here are your landlords' and your letting agency's rights and responsibilities.
When managing your landlords' properties, you may be responsible for ensuring certain measures are in place to stay compliant and keep your tenants' safe, including gas, fire, and electrical checks, and energy efficiency inspections.
Agents that use a supplier to offer void management can take control of their agency's bottom line. Here's Rik Smith, resident energy expert and Head of Tenancy Services at Goodlord, to explain how.
The average cost of rent dipped by an average of 8.9% compared to September prices in October, while voids hit the highest averages recorded since May, in Goodlord's latest Rental Index.
In light of net zero goals and the energy crisis, does your agency, its landlords, and its tenants understand the benefits of Smart Meters - and whose responsibility it is to get them installed?
The White Paper on the Renters' Reform Bill, set to include proposals for abolishing Section 21, improving Section 8, and introducing Lifetime Deposits, has been delayed for release until 2022.
The Chancellor has announced his Autumn 2021 Budget, which includes investments in housing and business rates relief. Here are three key takeaways for letting and estate agents and landlords.
It's a time of consolidation in the lettings industry, with frequent agency acquisitions and mergers across the UK as investors see opportunities while smaller agencies feel the bite of legislation, as Abigail Wilks, Head of Lettings & Asset Management at Redbrik, explains.
The claims to repossession process is still taking longer than normal so here's when we can expect these to return to pre-pandemic levels and what your agency can put in place to help your landlords and tenants.
A new fund of £65 million has been announced in England, to rival those already in place in Scotland and Wales, to support low-income tenants at risk of eviction during the Covid-19 pandemic.