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Landlords renting out properties can take advantage of a popular sector – houses in multiple occupation, commonly known as HMO accommodation. Government statistics reveal there are an estimated 497,000 HMOs in England and Wales. The sector has enjoyed significant growth

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As any landlord will verify, there can be difficulties with any tenant when it comes to renting out your property. Even if you’ve tried to ensure you let your property only to a highly-respectable tenant, accidents happen and it pays

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There are many things that landlords must consider in order to run their business efficiently. In particular, it’s important to know where you stand when dealing with tenants. Issues can arise and it’s important to understand your rights in the

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With students all over the UK returning to university this month, landlords will have been busy carrying out checks on their accommodation over the holiday period. The stereotype images of students living in grubby digs, with piles of washing up

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The hit film, Home Alone, is a cult comedy about a boy who is accidentally left alone in the family home over Christmas due to a mix-up. Comic mayhem ensues when two burglars try to break into his house and

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Many homeowners are becoming landlords as the housing market slows and they struggle to sell their property. Being a landlord is a great way to generate extra income, but it’s not a good idea to rent out your property without

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As winter approaches and the mild autumnal weather is replaced by the winter chill, for many people, it’s a case of putting the central heating on and closing the windows, but on the contrary, medical professionals are urging people to

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Carbon monoxide is commonly known as the “silent killer” because it’s a toxic gas that can kill people very quickly, before they even realise what’s happening. Odourless, colourless and tasteless, it can be too late by the time the effects

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The latest trend for eco-friendly interior design means inviting nature into your home. Decorating in a style that uses natural materials, creative decorations, handmade accents and neutral or rustic colours makes your home look and feel relaxing, while inviting a

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