Here you will find all of our landlords news, from suggestions on how to get started and look after a tenancy to information on industry regulations. As a private rental landlord, you will have many responsibilities to your tenants and the property. In order to make the most of your buy-to-let investment, it can be important to undertake research and stay up-to-date with the latest information.
Reading the landlords news in our Resource Centre is one way in which you can do this, as well as looking for other reliable sources to help keep you informed. At Just Landlords we aim to address a range of topics to best help you look after your tenants and your financial investment.
With over 20 years of experience in the property insurance industry, we have pooled our knowledge into our Resource Centre for landlords news in order to provide you with tips. With regulations changing all the time and new laws being introduced to improve the private rental sector, it can be challenging to stay up to date. Our aim is to help with this aspect of being a landlord by providing our articles for you to read. We look out for any changes in the industry so that we can update our articles when possible with any new information that is announced by the government. We also suggest you look for a variety of resources in order to obtain a balanced understanding of the topics we discuss. For example, the GOV.UK website provides a range of information on housing and local services.
As well as guides on landlord responsibilities, we also look to cover topics that can provide useful information to pass on to your tenants. Having a good relationship with your tenants can help to make the occupation of being a landlord less stressful and more straightforward. For example, it is important for you to understand the law around entering a tenant’s home for a periodic inspection, but it is equally important that they know this information ahead of any visits. Also, we cover landlords news topics such as energy efficiency in a property, which both yourself as the landlord and your tenants may benefit from reading.