Landlords Log Part 11 – Landlord Accreditation Schemes

by Mark Alexander

11:02 AM, 12th October 2011
About 9 years ago

Landlords Log Part 11 – Landlord Accreditation Schemes

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Landlords Log Part 11 – Landlord Accreditation Schemes

Landlords Accreditation Schemes operated by the NLA (National Landlords Association), MLAS (Midlands Landlord Accreditation Scheme) and London Landlords Accreditation are now being used to set a benchmark by some Universities (two in Birmingham) as to whether to allow landlords to advertise properties to let to their students. The schemes are education based, NOT inspection based. I’ve been so inspired by the discussions I’ve had about Landlord accreditation that I’ve interrupted my holiday to record this video….


Mark Alexander
Mark and his family have been investing in property since 1989, initially in the Norwich area but more recently across the length and breadth of England. Mark created Property118.com as a social network for landlords with a vision of becoming the UK’s largest online property investor directory.
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