Category: Being a Landlord

5 Space Saving DIY Jobs to Make the Most Out of a Small Apartment

City apartments are often small, which can lead to a lack of storage, not ideal for renters. To maximise rental potential, ensure that your apartment has space-saving storage solutions that make the most out of what space you do have. Here are 5 DIYs that are easy to do and will help make your apartment …

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Home Truths for Personal Well-Being

Most people tend to concentrate on exercise and nutrition when it comes to improving their health, overlooking or not giving enough importance to the living environment. However, new research from the University of Stirling confirms that there is a direct correlation between one’s health and the ability to feel at home. A total of 75 …

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‘Discrimination Baked into Right to Rent’

The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) has branded the Right to Rent scheme a farce after a High Court ruling that the scheme breached the European Convention on Human Rights on the basis it led to discrimination against non-UK nationals with the right to rent and British ethnic minorities. The Right to Rent scheme requires landlords …

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Make Your Competition Green with Envy

All successful landlords know how important it is to ‘dress to impress’ their properties in order to guarantee the right tenant and a quick let. However, all too often landlords concentrate purely on perfecting the interior of the property, overlooking the importance of the exterior. Those two combined, however, create the whole living environment and …

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Trustworthiness More Valued Than Timely Rent Payments

One might think that all landlords care about is receiving rent payments on time; it’s business at the end of the day. However, this appears not to be the case. A fresh study into behaviours and attitudes towards tenants, agents and the lettings market, suggests that trust is the most important factor for many landlords …

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Decking Out Kitchen On A Budget

If you plan on remodelling your property any time soon, take care not to forget about the kitchen. A new kitchen can add as much as 4% to the value of a house, allowing you to make more on rent and sell at a higher price when the time comes. Appliances are arguably the most …

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