Being a landlord can involve a lot of paper work. From getting your property ready to let, referencing and choosing tenants, maintaining a tenancy or bringing a tenancy to an end there is no end of forms, agreements, certificates and logs you really need to support your business.

Having an easy to access supply of templates can save you a lot of time and effort. We are happy to supply a number of free templates to aid you in managing your tenancies.

Tenants reference checks, holding deposit and deeds of guarantee

Your property is one of the most valuable assets you own, and you won’t want to hand over the keys …

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Start of tenancy necessities

If you are granting a new Assured Shorthold Tenancy, or offering a renewed fixed term to an existing tenancy it …

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Tenants pack documents

A good tenants information pack is a great place to start to ensure that your tenants are provided with all …

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Inventory and property visits

It is important that you create an inventory at the start of each new tenancy and get this agreed, and …

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Letters to tenants

In most cases landlords prefer to talk directly to their tenants about any problems and to come up with a …

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Management statements

As part of the licencing condition landlords are asked to provide a management statement outlining how they manage the property …

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Tenancy agreements

It is important to have a strong and clear tenancy agreement so that the tenant understand the terms of their …

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End of tenancy management

Most tenancies end in a very amicable way with the tenant being ready to move on and giving notice to …

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Property log and rent schedules

As simple as it sounds but keeping a property log and rent schedule is one the best way to keep …

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