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26
Oct
2015
by Jack Ojari
As a landlord, you want to ensure that your property is maintained all year round. However, winter comes with some specific concerns and... Read more >
30
Sep
2015
by Jack Ojari
Accidental landlords have played a prominent part in the UK property market over the last three years. The term is used to describe a... Read more >
11
Sep
2015
by Jack Ojari
The Scottish government plans to introduce new regulations for Scottish letting agents and is seeking the views of landlords, letting... Read more >
27
Aug
2015
by Jack Ojari
When renting out a property, most landlords choose to take a deposit from their tenant prior to the tenancy starting. It acts as a level of... Read more >
26
Aug
2015
by Jack Ojari
As an agent, it’s important that you keep your landlords’ expectations of their tenants and property in check. It could mean the difference... Read more >
24
Jul
2015
by Jack Ojari
A recent court order has highlighted the need for landlords and letting agents to be aware and act on Scottish deposit protection laws.What... Read more >
13
Jul
2015
by Sarah Kennett
Effective negotiation with your tenant could be the difference between reaching an amicable agreement about the amount of deductions to a... Read more >
01
Jul
2015
by Jack Ojari
Sometimes deposit disputes occur and it’s important to make sure that you have the right evidence ready to prove your case. The tenants’... Read more >
10
Jun
2015
by Sam Haidar
Some landlords on rare occasions complain that their tenants don’t look after the property while they are living there.This leads to the... Read more >
20
May
2015
by Sam Haidar
University students make up a large proportion of renters in Scotland – to the extent where there are landlords that exclusively rent their... Read more >

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