Category Archives: Landlord Insurance

Changing Times for Commercial Landlords

While the private rented sector is currently booming, not all landlords are benefitting from the increase in those looking for private rented property. In the past few years high streets across the UK have been struggling, meaning that landlords that own commercial properties are now finding that they are being left void for a number […]

Marketing your Properties

Sometimes it can come as a shock when one of your long term tenants decides to move out, especially as it means you will have to start the process of finding a tenant again. Or, you could find that one of your properties has been on the market for a long period of time already […]

Social Housing Sector Update

Some landlords believe that there is little that links the private and social housing sectors; however with the current housing crisis it’s becoming more and more important for private landlords to understand what is happening in the social housing sector and vice versa. Often, it’s too easy to skip over an important story in the […]

Handling Tenant Arguments

Tenants are often quite vocal when it comes to something they are unhappy about, which is why at one point or another it is highly likely that as a landlord you will receive an angry phone call or letter. Most landlords would prefer not to get into an argument with their tenants as it just […]

Spring Cleaning your Property Portfolio

It has been an extremely long winter but finally we have some good news – spring is finally here! The weather is starting to get warmer, people are becoming cheerier, and going outside is no longer a burden but a joy! Spring is also a great time for fresh starts, so here are some of […]

Becoming a Commercial Property Landlord

When thinking of landlords the first thing that comes into most people’s minds is private rented accommodation such as flats or houses. Whilst this market is doing extremely well at the moment there are other types of properties that landlords can invest in, and doing so will not only give you a more well-rounded property […]