With rental properties there is always the possibility that from time to time there may be short periods when your property stands empty. This could be simply a matter of days or weeks between past tenants moving out and new ones moving in, or it could be for a few months whilst you search for a new tenant.
As a landlord, your property is both your own personal investment and the source of your livelihood.
It's a sensible idea for landlords to take a deposit from their tenants at the start of a tenancy to protect the property against damage.
As a landlord, taking an inventory isn’t compulsory, but it’s a really, really good idea.
Every landlord knows that finding tenants costs money and time. This is why it is so important to keep your tenants happy, ensuring they stay in your property, and all your hard work acquiring them doesn't go to waste.
So here’s our 5 top tips for happy tenants....
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