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17 Warning Signs That You Are a Terrible Landlord

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Rogue landlords are a blight on the private rental sector landscape, yet more often than not they manage to evade prosecution. In a bid to tackle the problem, a database of rogue landlords was put in place in 2018 by the then prime minister, Theresa May. Local authorities can now add rogue landlords to the database and tenants can search it if they want to make sure their landlord isn’t famous for all the wrong reasons.

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5 Landlord Vision Features That Make Managing Time Easy

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Landlord Vision’s entire aim is to help landlords get organised and save time managing their properties. So, picking just a few time saving features was surprisingly difficult. There’s no doubt that managing property with Landlord Vision reduces admin and saves time, but in this post we wanted to try and introduce you to time saving features you may not have used or be familiar with to help you get the most out of your software.

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Simple Ways to Save Hours of Time Managing Properties

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As a landlord you’ll be familiar with the constant hum of questions and to-do’s in your mind. Any new legislation passed relating to renting out properties is likely to send you into apoplectic rage. Some days you might just want to ring up one of those ‘we buy any house’ companies and beg them to take your entire portfolio off your hands. If you’re also working alongside running your properties, you’ll have to learn to work smart, not hard, to survive.

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How to Buy the Right Buy-to-Let Property

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Some landlords enter the sector when they inherit a property or decide to move in with a partner and let their home out to cover the mortgage. They are known in the biz as ‘accidental landlords’ because letting out the property was not their original intention. However, data from the National Landlords Survey 2018 [link downloads as PDF] revealed that more than half (53%) of landlords had bought a property with the intention of letting it out.

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