Latest PRS advice concerning ASTs, Voids, Referencing and Rent2Rent (e-news compilation)

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9:00 AM, 11th July 2013
About 5 years ago

Latest PRS advice concerning ASTs, Voids, Referencing and Rent2Rent (e-news compilation)

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Latest PRS advice concerning ASTs, Voids, Referencing and Rent2Rent (e-news compilation)

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Rent2Rent contracts – if you’re going to to it do it right

Rent2Rent companies are using the wrong letting contracts Whilst I have never been a fan of the Rent2Rent scheme I have to accept that a lot of investors are using Rent2Rent as part of their strategy.

As it is the mission of Property118 to share best practice, helping these investors to get their paperwork right fits within our mission, regardless of any the other misgivings I might have personally have about the scheme. read on

Unfair Section 21 Notice – Tenants Cry for HELP!

My landlord has issued me with a section 21 because I have asked for certain information regarding where my deposit is and to see a copy of the gas safety certificate.

I am devasted with this as I have a chronically ill daughter whom is on full disability and the house is perfect for her. read on

Referencing Services for Landlords

Referencing services for landlords come in several varieties and with numerous options and price structures.

You can get anything from a credit check for a fiver through to full referencing which guarantees rent on the due date if your prospective tenants and guarantors are considered to be a good risk. read on

Reduce your voids – the “move in free” business model

We have recently experimented with a “move in free” business model for tenants. We were asked to let several properties where the entire block had been purchased by investors.

Only two were let and that was creating a stigma for the block so we needed to get creative. read on

Tenancy agreements – At the end of the fixed term (by Tessa Shepperson)

All good things come to an end – and in due course your tenancy agreement’s fixed term will end too. What happens then?

When the fixed term ends Some people assume that the tenancy will end and that if the tenants stay on they will be squatters who can be easily evicted. However you will probably realise that this is very far from the case! read on

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