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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.

Landlord Tips Category

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 with dodgy people living there, so why treat a rental property with the same disdain?

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How to Sell a Buy to Let Property With or Without Tenants

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Selling an investment property is not as straightforward as selling a residential property. Unless the property is empty, you have a tenant to consider. Although you ‘own’ the property, the tenant has rights. This means you can’t call your friendly local estate agent and stick the property on the market without giving the tenant a second thought. Chances are, they’ll be a bit upset when a For Sale sign appears in the front garden with no word from you! 

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How to Prevent HMO Voids

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Voids cost landlords money. It’s less of a problem in HMOs, as you’ll still have rental income from the remaining rooms. Since the aim of buy to let investment is to maximise your rental income, it makes sense to take steps to avoid property voids where possible. 

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