2 Aug

Being a professional landlord can help to attract tenants

Being a professional landlord can help to attract tenants

Landlords who take their job as a lender of property seriously and look into all their responsibilities properly will have a greater chance of success when it comes to finding a tenant.

Carolyn Uphill of the National Landlords Association (NLA), said that it is important to take the time to get accreditation as a landlord to give some credence to your position as a lender.

She also said that this means that landlords should work with the NLA to learn their responsibilities and discover what they need to do to be given the honour.

"When it comes to selecting a rental property primarily it’s all about location, and then the standard and appearance of the property itself. After that, it usually comes down to the landlord," she added.

Landlords are currently enjoying a good time in the market, thanks to the fact that there are now a greater number of mortgages around for them, and because rent prices are almost, once again at record highs, LSL Property Services reported.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801421280-ADNFCR

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