Recommended sites for downloading blank AST agreements

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3 years ago

Recommended sites for downloading blank AST agreements

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Recommended sites for downloading blank AST agreements

I’m sure there must be an answer to this somewhere on this excellent forum but I have tried searching past articles without success so perhaps I’m doing something wrong or I really am the first to ask! Recommended sites for downloading blank AST agreements

I have been managing my small portfolio myself for several years now and am looking for a good source of blank AST’s to download.

Following an internet search there are many sites, as you would expect, that offer them for free, but does anyone have a reputable and reliable source they can recommend where I can download them from?, (or even buy them through the post the old-fashioned way).

It does not necessarily have to be a free source as I’m prepared to pay a modest fee to download blank copies.

Thanks

Paul Baker

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Mark Alexander

3 years ago

They are provided free to members by most landlords associations.

If you want something more bespoke see the Legal section on our Navigation bar, third dropdown menu.

I also suggest you read this >>> http://www.property118.com/tenancy-agreements-using-the-correct-agreement/40271/
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Rob Crawford

3 years ago

On 11th Sept a Model Tenancy Agreement was issued by the UK Government. I am currently in the process of going through it but as its quite current it could be a good reference document. It is designed to encourage long term tenancies but from what I see its not far off a standard AST, it has an option to be called a 'deed' for agreements that are longer than three years. Also various rent review options and some good 'guidance boxes'. The HMG licence allows you to use it and modify it as you see fit. Its available via this link: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/model-agreement-for-a-shorthold-assured-tenancy

Paul Davidson

3 years ago

This is a good read. I just want to share this site PDFFiller, Inc which I find very useful in case you need it to fill out AST agreements. It helps me fill out my Tenancy Agreement form easily and gives me the option to either save, print, fax, share, send to sign or even add picture. You can also upload word and powerpoint document and convert it to PDF File. I was able to get the form I need through http://goo.gl/kOGKMV.

John Daley

3 years ago

Hi Paul,

You could try the government website which allows you to download a suggested agreement for free.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/model-agreement-for-a-shorthold-assured-tenancy

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