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Category Archives: Advice for Landlords

4 things you need to know about allowing pets in your properties


It’s a well-known stereotype that the English love their pets, and if you think about how many people you know who own one you can see why! However, when it comes to animals landlords are generally less keen as they … Continue reading

4 things landlords need to watch out for during summer


Everyone loves summer, especially when the weather gets warmer and the sun starts to shine. However, as tempting as it may be it doesn’t mean that you can just sit back and relax and let your business take a back … Continue reading

5 ways to make the most out of your properties’ bathrooms


Bathrooms are one of the most used rooms in each of your properties, and as most people shower most days they need to be functional, reliable and somewhere your tenants can spend ten minutes relaxing and getting ready! If overlooked, … Continue reading

4 pieces of advice for Accidental Landlords


It seems as though the world and their wives are all looking to getting into the private rented sector right now, especially as it can provide a great source of income. However, not everyone has the time or skills to … Continue reading

3 ways to safeguard your property portfolios


Here at Just Landlords we update our website on a constant basis with news stories discussing the changes happening in the private rented sector. The rental and property markets are currently under scrutiny from a number of professional bodies, MPs, … Continue reading

4 benefits of knowing your tenants’ neighbours


Most people already know their own neighbours; however as a landlord it could be extremely beneficial to get to know the people living next to your properties. While this may seem like a time-consuming and odd thing to do at … Continue reading

4 ways for landlords to reduce stress


Most people complain about their jobs being stressful, however if you are a landlord then you will know that stress is part of the territory. As a landlord, not only are you trying to run a business, but also work … Continue reading

3 ways to protect your properties


As there has been such a focus recently on landlords keeping all their properties at a decent standard many are becoming more concerned over their properties becoming damaged, especially as it means they will be expected to pay out and … Continue reading

4 things you need to know about Inventories


Next to your Tenancy Agreements your inventories are the most important documents you have as they can come in extremely handy if there is a dispute with your tenants. However, it has recently been revealed that many landlords don’t spend … Continue reading

3 things every landlord should know about complaints


When most people are unhappy about something the first thing they do is complain, which means that they get to voice their problem as well as vent their frustration. However, while complaining means that you get your issue heard, doing … Continue reading