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Having one of your tenants not pay rent is an unfortunate challenge that is often faced by many landlords. If not dealt with correctly, it can sometimes put them off renting out their family home or purchasing additional buy-to-let properties to add to their portfolio.

 

With rental and tenancy law providing strong protection for tenants, it can be a daunting task to take legal action. 

 

In this article we go through all the steps you need to take to help you resolve rental non-payment.

 

Claiming costs for damages to your tenants property can be quite stressful, tiring and time-consuming, especially if your tenants are contesting your claims or opposing how the property or its furnishings came into disrepair.

 

What steps can you take to make it easier to claim damages from part (or all) of the deposit from your tenants?

 

Are you a landlord with an existing or recently-purchased property to let in Hitchin? 

 

What unique features does this town offer to those looking to rent out a property similar to yours?

 

Find out more in our landlords guide to Hitchin's Old Town!

 

Are you a landlord with an existing or recently-purchased property to let in Knebworth, Stevenage?

 

What unique features does this quaint town offer to those looking to rent out a property similar to yours?

 

Find out more in our landlords guide to Knebworth!

 

Are you a new or existing landlord with property to let in The Old Town, Stevenage? 

 

What unique features does this town offer to those looking to rent a property similar to yours?

 

Find out more in our landlords guide to Stevenage's Old Town!

  

Are you a new or existing landlord with property to let in Great Ashby, Stevenage?

 

What unique features does this warm-spirited town offer to those looking to rent out a property similar to yours?

 

Find out more in our landlords guide to Great Ashby!

 

Generation Rental

Unfortunately, many prospective owner-occupiers have been priced out of buying their own homes. This article aims to explore what can be done to help 21 to 35 year old 1st-time buy-to-let investors own their first property.

 

On a personal note, my wife and I have 30-year-old children who have all but resigned themselves to renting property now and into the future.

 

So what can be done, by the government and UK buy-to-let property organisations, to help the next generation?

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