Strengthening the Landlord/Tenant Relationship

If you ever hear about the landlord/tenant relationship, it is usually based on a negative story in the press in which the two parties fell out. In reality, the vast majority of landlords and tenants have no ill feeling towards the other. In fact, with lettings agents and tenancies in which no repairs are needed, they can often complete the rental period without even talking to each other. However, in case there are issues to overcome in the future, it is a good idea to try and foster goodwill between the homeowner and the renter. This makes it more likely that any matters that do arise will be resolved amicably. With that in mind, here are some ways to strengthen the landlord/tenant relatio

What Are a Landlord’s Rights?

The internet is filled with advice for tenants about their rights, but what rights does a landlord have? As the owner of the property, the landlord has certain privileges that are enshrined in law and which are important for the smooth running of a tenancy. So what are a landlord’s rights? Read on to find out more. Landlord’s Rights on Payment At the very basic level, a landlord has a right to receive the rent due from their tenants on time. The due date should be outlined clearly in the tenancy agreement, which means every party knows exactly the amount that should be paid and when. Should the rent be more than 14 days late, the property owner can begin the process of trying to reclaim the

How to Evict a Tenant Who Breaches the Tenancy Agreement

It is important to follow the correct procedures to evict a tenant who breaches the tenancy agreement for an assured shorthold tenancy. There are a number of rules in place to prevent rogue landlords or letting agents harassing their tenants or evicting them illegally and by not using the official method to remove them, you run the risk of falling foul of these. Grounds for Evicting a Tenant The most common breach of the tenancy agreement is allowing the rent to fall into arrears, but there are a range of other situations laid out in the Housing Act 1988 after which a landlord is legally able to end a tenancy early. These include allowing the property to deteriorate as a result of neglect, c

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