Let Leeds has been preparing our Landlords for new Electrical Safety Standards in the PRS since May 2018. During that time, we have helped our managed Landlords to not only be ready for this inevitable change, but also be proactive about ensuring the highest levels of Tenant safety.
Lettings and Estate Agents are once again permitted to undertake certain property-related activities. While we are thrilled to get back to work in the office, our branches currently remain closed to the public with meetings strictly by appointment only and we have put new safety measures in place for Viewings, Valuations and Property Visits.
As the situation evolves, we wanted to update you on the latest measures and changes we have implemented to adapt to the evolving situation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. This post will be kept up to date with the latest information for our Landlords.
As we navigate the Covid crisis and spend a great deal of time at home, many homeowners are contemplating moving house. Our Sales Manager, Alexandra, shares her top tips for improving your property in readiness for a sale.
Huge news for property owners has been released today, as the Government has instructed the Property Industry to get back to work.
There's been a lot of doom and gloom over the recent months, but we think there are reasons to feel positive too. Whether you are already a Landlord or a homeowner, or wanting to invest in the near future, 2020 and beyond may still be good for property.
During the Corona Crisis, we have received several calls and emails from Landlords who self-manage their property requesting guidance and advice. One of the most common questions we are being asked about is about rent and rent arrears.
Many Landlords are unaware of the legal requirement for their Letting Agent to be registered with a Client Money Protection (CMP) Scheme, and are therefore putting themselves at financial risk.
Leeds continues to be a brilliant choice for investors looking for stable investment in the buy to let market.
As we predicted, the Government has proposed detailed regulations for enforcing mandatory five-year electrical safety checks for all properties in the Private Rented Sector, to come into effect from July this year.