We’ve researched average rents and earnings across the UK, to bring you Rent Freedom Day: the day of the year when you earn enough to pay off your annual rent. Continue reading “Rent Freedom Day 2018”
Even tenants who seem totally reliable on paper can become unable to pay the rent. When this happens, Rent Guarantee Insurance becomes incredibly important. Continue reading “What Is Rent Guarantee Insurance & Why Do Landlords Love it?”
Renting in the UK is unrecognisable from 15 years ago. Properties can be let in just one day – or even a few hours. You just need to know the best times to advertise.
We’ve used OpenRent data to reveal the best month, week, and day to advertise your rental property. Continue reading “When Is the Best Month, Week & Day to Advertise Your Rental Property?”
Universal Credit is rolling out across the UK, with huge consequences for landlords and tenants – yet many are still in the dark about what the new benefit system means for them. Continue reading “8 Things Landlords NEED to Know about Benefits (‘DSS’)”
Bad news for London renters, who find themselves at the bottom of yet another quality of life table!
Using our data as UK’s largest letting agent, we revealed how much floor area £100pcm can rent you across England & Wales. Continue reading “£100 a month won’t rent you a shed in London! [DATA]”
On 1 December, Scottish landlords will no longer be able to sign a new Short Assured Tenancy. Instead, they will have to sign a new type of agreement to create a tenancy: the Private Residential Tenancy. Continue reading “Private Residential Tenancy: Scotland’s Strict New Grounds for Eviction”
A Bill with plans to make big changes to how landlords can let properties in England has passed its Second Reading. At the centre of the plans is a ban on tenant fees, including admin and agency fees.
We’ve launched a new Rent Calculator! It tells you the rental value of any property, anywhere in the UK. Simply enter your postcode plus a few details.
Landlords! Find the perfect rental price in seconds
Tenants! Easily research rental prices across the UK
[Update: The Draft Tenant Fee Ban has been published! Check it out here.]
Tenant referencing checks may seem like a long and daunting process, but there is nothing to worry about as long as you are honest when filling out the details.
Tenant referencing helps the landlord learn more about your financial situation and employment status so that they can determine if you’ll be able to pay the rent in full and on time. Being referenced shows that the landlord is professional and takes their responsibilities seriously. Continue reading “How to Speed Up Tenant Referencing”