With affect from the 6th of April 2007 the law in the UK, with regard to the holding of tenant's deposits has changed. There is now something in place called Tenancy Deposit Protection (TDP). The two ...
There has been a huge change in the property market this year. It came into effect on the 6th of April 2007 and it is set to revolutionise the way tenant's deposits are handled. Tenancy Deposit Protec...
When moving into your first home, try not to allow the excitement overwhelm some basic aspects, such as leasing arrangements and funding. Make sure you take the time to analyze everything, espec...
Are you a landlord with tenants that are being a complete pain in the bum! Have they stopped paying rent?Do they say they will pay up only to give you the landlord the run around? Are they m...
I read over the weekend about the very sorry affair of a novice female landlord . This newbie landlord's problems began back in 2003 when she was enticed at a ‘property seminar' by the promi...
How can landlords keep their tenants warm this winter?"Save on heating bills, put them on the fire" I‘ve heard one landlord remark. Property Hawk clearly has a slightly more responsible att...
Can landlords really market their rental property for free?I recently came across a landlord discussion forum where a landlord had asked which were the best free letting websites? So I set out ...
The use of the Tenancy Deposit Protection came into force on the 6th of April 2007. It basically means that as a tenant the deposit that you pay will be protected and as a landlord if you don't pr...
Many times the landlords are troubled by bad tenants who do not seem to think that it is their duty to pay the rent on time. These bad tenants sometimes cause harm to the property. They not only ...
You let out your house or apartment and earn additional income through it. All is fine and well until the tenant fails to pay up or vacate the premises. It is then that your problems begin. This c...