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With over 41,000 members, The National Landlords’ Association is the largest membership organisation in the UK for private landlords. If you’re already a landlord or you’re potentially interested in becoming one, joining the NLA can help you navigate a potential

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If you’re a landlord planning to convert your property from residential to HMO, it can provide a lucrative source of income. Many landlords choose to rent out houses in multiple occupation, as they believe this is a more efficient way

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Renting a property to students is different from renting to professionals and other domestic households: there are lots of steps to becoming a successful student landlord, but it’s worth the effort, as it can be a lucrative source of income.

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Becoming a private landlord can be a great source of income – but there are a few things you’ll have to do before starting to rent out your property, beginning with some basic steps to ensure you’re doing everything legally.

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Landlords who rent accommodation to students are concerned about what the future holds during the COVID-19 pandemic. They face their own set of challenges in light of the fact that further and higher education establishments, including universities, are currently closed.

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Coronavirus has impacted on business people in every sector – including landlords, who have experienced numerous changes since the beginning of the pandemic. The life of a landlord has become more complicated as a result of COVID-19, as the government

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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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