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Oldham Property Blog

EICR Landlord Requirements

Since the new regulations in July, we've been taking care of the new legal requirements that come with letting your property, we wanted to update you with the latest information released on the new legislative requirement to provide tenants with an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR).

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Tenant Referencing Explained

Why is tenant referencing important? If you are a landlord, your rental property is probably one of your most important financial assets and you will undoubtedly be keen to protect it as much as possible and maximise the potential of your investment...

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What Does Let Agreed Mean?

Some of the terminology involved in renting or letting a property can seem a bit confusing at times, but at Belvoir we try to make everything as clear as possible!

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Winter Tips For Your Home

Tips for winter maintenance in your home...

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Accidental Landlords

It’s relatively easy to become a landlord by ‘mistake’ but what does it actually mean if you’re stuck with a property and need to rent it out?

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EPC Requirements

A property’s energy efficiency is important. If the property loses heat through the roof or windows or because there are draughts, it’s going to cost the tenant more to heat the property. Energy ratings go from A to G with F and G being the most inefficient....

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The value of a Letting Agent

Successfully letting a property yourself can be a difficult task, but by using a professional letting agent you reduce the risk of something going wrong. Amongst other things, they have the legal aspects covered, i.e. Gas Safety Certificates, EPC, Right to Rent and will take care of a tenants deposit using a registered deposit protection scheme, removing all of the stress and hassle from you...

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Tenant Fee Ban

From 1st June 2019 following the Tenant Fee Act 2019, prospective tenants will no longer need to pay application fees. However they may be required to make the following...

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April Property of the Month

Our April Property of the Month is this well presented semi detached property located on a small private gated development...

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