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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.

Top Tips for New HMO Landlords

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HMOs are one of the most profitable sectors of the buy to let market – landlords can earn three times as much from letting out rooms in a shared house compared to letting a property to a single family. Rental arrears are also less of a problem, as even if one tenant defaults, you still have income from the others. In addition, voids are also less impactful.

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Rents Plummet in London and the South East

Rents in London and the South East have fallen dramatically during the Covid-19 pandemic. Figures show that in inner London, rents fell by 7.4% while in outer London boroughs, they fell by 3.6%, compared to a fall of just 0.7% across the whole of the UK. This is largely due to falling demand, with fewer tenants looking for rentals and a glut of available properties.

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How To Prevent And Treat Vermin Infestations in a Rental Property

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Landlords have a duty of care to ensure there are no vermin in a rental property before a tenant moves in. No tenant wants to be sharing their home with an army of cockroaches, rats, bedbugs or fleas. Unfortunately, problems can also arise during a tenancy, especially when tenants don’t look after the property. In this instance, the landlord might justifiably blame the tenant for causing a vermin infestation, but careful property management can also prevent issues.

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