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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.

The Dark Side of Short-Term Rentals

For landlords, short-term rentals are a great way to make some extra cash. You can rent out a property for a few nights on an ad-hoc basis or treat it as a long-term business model. What many property owners don’t realise is the dangers of such rentals in the current pandemic. 

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Is Your Property Ready for a Tenant Lead Market?

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Future proofing our rented properties is something which we should do constantly but it has never been more important than now. I see people investing thousands of pounds developing properties, mainly into HMO, although some people have realised that the market is saturated and are now developing studios or one bedroom flats; they look very nice but are they what tenants want and, more importantly, are they what tenants will want in future? 

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Landlords: How to Keep Your Rental Property Safe and Secure

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A rental property is a big investment. Data from July shows the average cost of a property in the UK is £237,963, and it’s likely risen since then thanks to a post-lockdown buying frenzy. If you’re spending upwards of £200k on an investment property, it makes sense to look after it. You wouldn’t leave your own home unsecured, so why would you leave a rental property unsecured?

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