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When should I renovate my buy-to-let property

When should I renovate my buy-to-let property?

13 November 2017 / By: / Under: Landlords

When should I renovate my buy-to-let property? We look at when landlords can carry out renovations while minimising void periods and maximising rental income.

A quick guide to low energy lighting (for your buy-to-let)

 A quick guide to low energy lighting (for your buy-to-let)

1 November 2017 / By: / Under: Private Rental Sector, Landlords

In any discussion about lighting or lightbulbs, the words ‘energy efficiency’ and ‘low energy’ will inevitably arise. The old incandescent lightbulbs used a lot more energy in the production of

Know your rights: Landlord access

27 October 2017 / By: / Under: Landlords

Landlord rights: landlord access to rented property With private landlords in the UK owning property worth an estimated £990.7 billion, and it being predicted that by 2020 the total number

Carbon monoxide alarm

All rental properties should have carbon monoxide alarms, Energy UK says

23 October 2017 / By: / Under: Landlords

 Energy UK campaign to raise awareness of carbon monoxide poisoning is calling for all private rented properties to be fitted with carbon monoxide alarms.

Smoke and carbon monoxide alarm

Smoke and carbon monoxide alarm regulations for landlords

16 October 2017 / By: / Under: Landlords

This articles details the latest smoke and carbon monoxide regulations for landlords

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