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Property investment is becoming more and more popular every year. Its twin income streams – rental income and capital appreciation – and the stability of the market in the face of economic challenges make it an appealing option for people from all walks of life.

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There is a long list of tasks that a landlord must complete before a tenancy can begin. Whether you are a first-time landlord or an experienced portfolio investor, each individual property will require a large amount of work….


Once you have completed all the pre-tenancy tasks, found a prospective tenant and agreed to let your property, the tenancy has begun and the next stage of the landlord’s job will begin. The mid-tenancy activities are ongoing for as long as you let your…..


Once a tenancy is over – whether permanently or if it is in the process of being renewed – you will move into the third phase of a landlord’s commitments and responsibilities. Following notice being given by yourself or the tenant, you will have to…


Landlords looking to let out their property should be aware that you will have to pay certain taxes. The guide contains tax information specifically relate to renting a property to a tenant and do not include those which are associated with the purchase…

Why use a
management agent?

Our ultimate guide to letting and managing your property is designed to help you make the most out of your investment. Every stage of the process involves a lot of time-consuming work as well as financial expense…

How to choose a
management agent?

What service do you need?
The first and most important step is working out what level of service you need. There are a whole range of different offers to suit different needs….