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Should I Sell or Rent Out My House

Should I Sell or Rent Out My House

Should I Sell or Rent Out My House Your house is your safe haven. However, there will always come a time when you want something new. For example, buying a property, selling your house or maybe you want a rental income. Deciding whether to sell or rent out your home...

Being a Guarantor – What You Need to Know

Being a Guarantor – What You Need to Know

Being a Guarantor - What You Need to Know Being asked to act as a guarantor is a significant responsibility and a sign of trust. It's important to understand the implications before committing to such a role. In this guide, we'll walk you through what it means to be a...

Why Are Rental Market Prices Increasing

Why Are Rental Market Prices Increasing

Rents have recently increased dramatically, posing a serious problem for tenants in Scotland and the rest of the UK. Many tenants and potential tenants are confused by the rise in rental prices and find it challenging to manage the mounting financial load. In this...

Our top tips to reduce stress during a house move

Our top tips to reduce stress during a house move

All of us have heard it before. One of the most stressful situations is moving to a new house. This is obviously not true in comparison to many other, worse situations in life. like flying to the moon or near-death encounters! However, according to some experts, it...

Is a Furnished or Unfurnished Property Better to Rent?

Is a Furnished or Unfurnished Property Better to Rent?

This question has no correct or wrong answers. The lettings market benefits from both furnished and unfurnished properties. A house that is ideal for one tenant may be absolutely inappropriate for another because of the different types of tenants' situations. Several...

What landlords should know in the spring of 2023

What landlords should know in the spring of 2023

This year has shown that being a landlord is more difficult than it ever was. It will get a little more complicated due to tenant reforms, new rules, and legislation. The good news is that there is still a high level of demand for rented homes. As housing prices go...

As a landlord, how do you prevent emergency property issues?

As a landlord, how do you prevent emergency property issues?

Emergency property issues are bad for both tenants and landlords, so the best way to avoid these potential emergencies is to take precautions before they happen. When you have done everything you can to significantly reduce the likelihood of an expensive, dangerous,...

Should I Sell or Rent Out My House

Should I Sell or Rent Out My House Your house is your safe haven. However, there will always come a time when you want something new. For example, buying a property, selling your house or maybe you want a rental income. Deciding whether to sell or rent out your home...

Being a Guarantor – What You Need to Know

Being a Guarantor - What You Need to Know Being asked to act as a guarantor is a significant responsibility and a sign of trust. It's important to understand the implications before committing to such a role. In this guide, we'll walk you through what it means to be a...

Why Are Rental Market Prices Increasing

Rents have recently increased dramatically, posing a serious problem for tenants in Scotland and the rest of the UK. Many tenants and potential tenants are confused by the rise in rental prices and find it challenging to manage the mounting financial load. In this...

Renting With Pets – How to Become a Landlord Who Embraces Pets

Pets are such lovely creatures. Although cute and adorable, many landlords don't allow a tenant with pets; some are due to pet damage, ticks, and fleas. But if you are a landlord who wants to attract long-term tenancy agreements, you should consider making your rental...

Living with Roommates 101: The Ultimate Guide to Being An Outstanding Flatmate

Living with Roommates 101: The Ultimate Guide to Being An Outstanding Flatmate Living with someone can be a rewarding experience, providing companionship, shared responsibilities and chores, and, often, lasting friendships. However, it requires a certain level of...

Our top tips to reduce stress during a house move

All of us have heard it before. One of the most stressful situations is moving to a new house. This is obviously not true in comparison to many other, worse situations in life. like flying to the moon or near-death encounters! However, according to some experts, it...

Why are tenants staying in their properties for longer than ever before?

At this time of year, it seems like a lot of things are getting longer, like the days and the list of people who want to rent a place. Because people are renting for longer periods of time, the buy-to-let market is a good area to make long-term investments. In the UK,...

Lind Letting Blog – Is your Home Retirement Ready?

Considering retiring? Many people lost their jobs or were placed on long-term layoffs as a result of the recent pandemic, and many used this as an opportunity to retire early and avoid going back to work. If you fall into this category, you might be wondering if your...

Landlord Legionella Risk Assessments in Scotland – Everything You Should Know

Did you know that landlords in Scotland are legally obligated to conduct legionella risk assessments on their properties? Legionella is the bacteria that causes legionnaires' disease, a potentially lethal form of pneumonia. If you own property in Scotland and are a...

Is a Furnished or Unfurnished Property Better to Rent?

This question has no correct or wrong answers. The lettings market benefits from both furnished and unfurnished properties. A house that is ideal for one tenant may be absolutely inappropriate for another because of the different types of tenants' situations. Several...

What landlords should know in the spring of 2023

This year has shown that being a landlord is more difficult than it ever was. It will get a little more complicated due to tenant reforms, new rules, and legislation. The good news is that there is still a high level of demand for rented homes. As housing prices go...

As a landlord, how do you prevent emergency property issues?

Emergency property issues are bad for both tenants and landlords, so the best way to avoid these potential emergencies is to take precautions before they happen. When you have done everything you can to significantly reduce the likelihood of an expensive, dangerous,...
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