Commercial Property

Identifying Tenants Who Could Cause Problems.

When it comes to letting a property, it can be tempting to accept the first tenant who makes an offer. After all, any rental void can mean unwelcome costs for landlords who understandably don’t want to see their properties lie empty. However, from refusing to pay their bills and trashing...
Commercial Property

6 Tips for Evicting Tenants.

There are many reasons why landlords might want to evict their tenants and get their properties back. For example: You may want your tenants to leave so you can sell with vacant possession You may want to do renovation works which cannot be done with tenants Your tenants may be...
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Should I Furnish My Let Property?

If you are in the business of providing serviced accommodation or are in the holiday let business, obviously, you fully furnish a property. If not, what is best will depend upon the needs of the local market. But even then, there are no hard and fast rules and it can...
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Landlords set to be affected by new 2018 EPC Regulations

Creating greener, more energy efficient rental properties isn’t always a top priority for landlords.   But, as of 1st April 2018, any rented property that does not comply with the new changes to the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) regulations could diminish your marketability and cost you thousands in fines. So as...