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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

When can Landlords Legally Enter a Tenanted Property?

Man open the door

Conducting property inspections is an essential part of being a responsible and savvy landlord. Not only are you obliged to carry out repairs as and when they are needed but leaving a tenant to his or her own devices for umpteen years is a recipe for disaster. For one thing, they might not be taking good care of your investment, and for another, they could have illegally sub-let it to a bunch of strangers. However, even though you own the property, you don’t have an automatic right of access, except in a few specific circumstances.

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Landlord Tips for Buying an Investment Property at Auction

Property under a gavel representing a property auction
An auction property

Property auctions are not for the faint of heart, as fans of Homes Under the Hammer will know. Bid on the wrong property and there is no going back. Once the gavel slams down, that property is yours, for better or worse. Unlike a regular purchase, you can’t back out of the sale, even if you belatedly discover it has Japanese knotweed flourishing in the back garden.

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What’s Your Investment Strategy? Top Tips for Landlords

Hand holding a key in front of a lock

It’s a difficult time for landlords right now.  The private rental sector has taken one too many knocks recently with legislation and tax changes, Brexit uncertainty, not forgetting the challenging Covid 19 epidemic. So, what should be a landlords’ current investment strategy?

Here we’ll look at a range of investment strategies that will help private landlords maximise their return on investment during tough times.

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