There are many unscrupulous landlords who employ other rental scams designed to fleece tenants of their hard earned money so it is important to know what to look out for before you sign any contracts. In this post we’ll take a look at how to avoid the rental pitfalls that can have the potential to not only inconvenience you, but end up costing you your time and money.
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Let us say you are in the market to lease out a property to rent for a little extra cash flow. The bad news is that you are not alone in wanting to start a small revenue stream by doing this, so your competition will be doubtlessly stiff. The good news is that there are a million and one ways to distinguish what you have on your hands to make your property more appealing than what your competitors have got. Another way to look at it is that the same property on your hands, with a little bit of creative brushing up, can net you more on a monthly or yearly basis.
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Moving into your first place is exciting – you can finally get the freedom and independence that you have been craving for the last few years! However, moving into your own place can also be nerve-wracking and well – pretty daunting. This is even more so if you are moving somewhere like London.
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Prior to setting up any tenancy between a landlord and a sitting tenant, you will need to produce a tenancy agreement. This is the contract between you and your tenants which sets out the legal terms and conditions. While it can be written down or oral, it is a legal requirement. Most tenancies are Assured Shorthold Tenancies (ASTs), and can be either fixed-term, for example for a period of 6 months or longer, or ’period’, in that they will run on a week-by-week or month-by-month basis.