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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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Fitting a Log Burner in a Rental Property? Landlords Beware!

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Log burners and multi fuel stoves are becoming increasingly popular. They generate more heat than a traditional open fire and create a sense of ambience in a larger living room. For landlords hoping to attract a more discerning tenant, a log burner or multi fuel stove is a nice touch, but what many landlords and homeowners don’t realise is that they may need building regulations approval prior to installation of the appliance. Read more…

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