Category Archives: Landlord Insurance

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 […]

How the Budget will affect Landlords

On Wednesday we discussed how this year’s Budget would affect those in the restaurant trade, and today we are looking into how it will change the private rented accommodation sector in the next twelve months. Housing was one of the most important topics for the Budget this year as not only is there a massive […]

Sub-letting and your Properties

Many landlords do not allow their tenants to sub-let their properties due to the fact that it means you could end up losing money. Furthermore, if your tenant does sub-let your property without you knowing you could find that your landlord insurance will not cover the extra tenant, or even worse become void. Here we […]

Furnishing your Properties

Furnishing all the houses in your property portfolio can sometimes feel like a daunting (and expensive!) task, however if you do things properly you will be able to not only make your houses look good but also save on money. The big question is where you should spend and where you should save, as sometimes […]

Getting Information as a Landlord

There are already a vast amount of rules and regulations concerning the landlord industry, and as the welfare reforms are coming up there is even more information that landlords need to brush up on in order to make sure that they understand the industry and that their businesses are up to scratch. Sometimes this can […]

The Importance of Organisation for Landlords

It may sound obvious, but keeping organised is of the utmost importance when you are a landlord. Juggling the maintenance and care of a number of properties is sometimes tricky, which means that it’s highly likely that things could build up. Here we give some simple yet highly effective tips to keeping your property portfolio […]