As we mentioned a few weeks ago on our blog, a new law has been instated that means landlords can be sued by their tenants for cold, damp or mouldy homes. As we take great pride in managing quality homes … Continue reading
Tenants receiving Universal Credit have gone into rent arrears whilst in tenancies of almost two-thirds of private landlords according to the Residential Landlords Association.
One of the most common questions we are asked when tenants contact us regarding a property is if the landlord accepts pets. It’s a regular occurrence for landlords to outright refuse pets in their property, but if a Labour government … Continue reading
Over the past few months and certainly heading into the future, pressure has been mounting on landlords to increase the quality of their rental properties and the conditions of their tenancies.
Every landlord’s worst nightmare is an awful tenancy. Despite the long lasting tenants that adhere to paying their rent on time and treat your property with the love and care as if it were their own, there are some tenants … Continue reading
THERE are times when you cannot get hold of a tenant; they do not answer your calls or they are not in the property when you are scheduled to meet them. Perhaps they owe you rent, or you need … Continue reading
In the budget of 2015 George Osbourne unveiled a shock tax change that will seriously affect, perhaps even wipe out, many landlords. It is officially known as Section 24 of the Finance (no. 2) Act 2015: and we all … Continue reading
Abode is delighted to welcome a new Tenant Administrator to the team We are delighted that Paul has joined our team as our new Tenant Administrator. As Abode’s Tenant Administrator Paul is the eyes and ears of the company … Continue reading
Tracy & Abode star in Britain’s Benefit Tenants Hopefully by now many of you have had time to watch Tracy and the Abode team feature in the latest series of Britain’s Benefit Tenants. I wanted to write a review of … Continue reading
More than £30 billion could be invested in the Build to Rent Sector over the next five years, according to a report out today by the law firm Addleshaw Goddard and The British Property Federation. They say it could lead … Continue reading