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Landlord Insider
On the Landlord Insider blog, you’ll find some excellent resources for landlords of all sizes. From the latest landlord news, to professional advice, tips and guides for landlords, there’s something for everyone. Brought to you by the excellent team behind the Landlord Vision property management software.

How Long Is the Average Tenancy?

tenancy agreement and keyringAn industry report has revealed that the average short-hold tenancy is now 2.7 years, in contrast to the average of 2.5 years recorded last autumn. The figures published in the annual Rent Check Report were based on a survey of more than 2,000 landlords in the UK. Read more…

HMO Landlord Amnesty in Barnet, London

student flatsFollowing the successful prosecution of an HMO landlord, owners and managers of other illegal unlicensed HMOs in Barnet and Capita have been given until July 31 to come forward and apply for a licence without fear of prosecution by local enforcement service, Re. Read more…

Is Airbnb Driving Up Rents?

Short term lets that allow visitors to ’live like locals’ is becoming increasingly popular in major tourist cities. But it isn’t all good news, especially for locals.

Camden Council is claiming that short-term rental website, Airbnb, is driving up rental prices in the area, which is making it increasingly hard for locals to find suitable rental accommodation. Read more…

Landlords Must Act Fast to Protect Deposits

The clock is ticking on landlords who have yet to protect deposits taken before April 6th 2007, so if you are one of these landlords, you need to act fast.

Deposit Protection Schemes
Following a change in law, deposits handed over to landlords before 6th April 2007 now have to be protected in one of three government approved tenancy deposit schemes: Read more…

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