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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.

Rogue Tenants Cost Landlords a Fortune

masked man squatting in building representing rogue tenants

Rogue tenants are a landlord’s worst nightmare. They are the people you don’t want in your property under any circumstances. They cause extensive damage, refuse to pay the rent, and trying to evict them will be costly and stressful. We’re not talking about someone who struggles to pay the rent here; no, we are referring to criminals who know how to play the system and are experts at sticking two fingers up at hard-working landlords…

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Landlord Living in Social Housing Fined for Owning an Investment Property

Wallet with money representing landlord being fined

Social housing is in short supply, which is why the buy to let sector has grown so large in the last 20 years. Most landlords buy a second home with a view to generating an income; they don’t usually rent one property while letting out another. However, one landlord decided to apply for a council house, even though he was in the process of buying an investment property with a family member. He didn’t declare his property interests and the council were none the wiser. Fast-forward 13 years and this landlord’s chickens came home to roost.

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