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Renting To Pet Owners

By Webdadi Ltd published on 15/05/2019  

There are many tenants looking for homes around the UK who really struggle to find a place to live, purely due to the fact that they own a pet!Landlords can be hard to find that will accept them for three main reasons:Potential damage to the propertyUnpleasant smellsPossibility of a flea infestationMost tenants with pets, particularly those with dogs, will have had a hard time finding somewhere to Tags: Renting, Pets

Renting To Family Members

By Webdadi Ltd published on 28/03/2019  

It may seem like a great solution if you have a property to rent out, but if you are thinking about renting out your buy-to-let property to a family member, you should you should take into account a number of considerations.Remember that a family relation doesn't necessarily translate to a model tenant, so we highly recommend that you still do the relevant checks you normally would on a non-fa Tags: Renting, Family

First Time Buyer Lifetime ISA Explained

By Webdadi Ltd published on 12/03/2019  

With the costs involved in buying your own property, there are plenty of products available to help you get on the housing ladder, one of these being the Lifetime ISA (LISA). It is a tax-free savings or investments account designed to help those aged 18-39 buy their first home or save for retirement.If you are renting a home and want to start saving, then the LISA is definitely worth taking a look Tags: Renting, First Time Buyer, Isa

Thinking About Renting Out Your Home?

By Webdadi Ltd published on 25/02/2019  

Whether it is the increased cost of moving house, the recession or the property market slump; each have equally contributed to more and more homeowners considering letting out their home rather than selling up.It might sound straight forward to get tenants in and go and live in your motor home for a year but there are numerous things to take into account when thinking about taking the plunge. We h Tags: Buy To Let, Renting

Moving Out Of Your Rental Property

By Webdadi Ltd published on 12/02/2019  

You are in the last few months of your tenancy agreement and it’s time to start thinking about moving out. You may have decided to move to a new rented property or it’s time to get on the property ladder but either way it’s time to start thinking about leaving your current home! It’s best to be organised and have a plan for things that you will need to do, here are some of Tags: Renting, Moving Out

Guard Against Losing Your Tenancy Deposit

By Webdadi Ltd published on 28/01/2019  

You’ve signed your tenancy agreement and are moving in to your new rental home, it’s an exciting time and you’ve no doubt worked hard to get there. It can be a quite a substantial sum of money that you have handed over so be smart about it and think about how you can be best placed to recoup that money at the end of your tenancy agreement.Wild parties might not be your style but Tags: Renting, Tenancy Agreement, Tips

Keeping Down The Cost Of Renting

By Webdadi Ltd published on 17/01/2019  

So, you’ve decided that you are going to rent a property or you are looking to move to a new rental home. Renting can sometimes get expensive, but it doesn’t need to be and there are certainly things that you can do to keep your costs to a minimum.We have put together some helpful tips on certain ways that you can save money when moving so that your dream rental property can become you Tags: Renting, Costs

Budgeting and Sharing Costs While Renting

By Webdadi Ltd published on 02/01/2019  

You may have been renting for years or this could be your first time, but especially in places like London it is extremely common to rent with friends or even strangers. One thing that you always need to be aware of is the financial implications of taking on a new lease and how this will work with the other people that you will be living with.It’s important to be organised with money when sh Tags: Budgeting, Renting

First Time Renting In London

By Webdadi Ltd published on 18/12/2018  

Renting a place to live in London has become increasingly popular over the past 20 years. In fact, it’s estimated that nearly 60% of Londoners will be renting by 2025 as opposed to owning a home. As a result of this huge demand for apartments and houses, the market is incredible competitive, and you have to be firmly on the ball when looking for a new place to live.In London the best time to Tags: Renting, London

What is a Tenancy Information Form?

By Webdadi Ltd published on 22/06/2018  

When you decide to look for a property to rent various checks need to be made. The rental agency may ask you to fill in a tenancy information form.The form you fill in will ask for details about your name, date of birth and current address. You will also have to give a previous address if you have lived at your current address less than around 5 or 6 years.If you are tenant when you apply, then fi Tags: Tenancy, Tenants, Renting, Property

Pet Owners and Rental Properties

By Webdadi Ltd published on 28/03/2018  

Are you one of the many people in London who is searching for a rental property that will accept pets? The truth is that finding somewhere that will take you and your furry friend isn’t easy.Currently a landlord has the right to enforce a ‘no animals’ policy in the rental agreement. But, if the Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party have their way this could change in the future. The Tags: Property, Pets, Renting

The New Band Rating for Rented Properties from April 2018

By Webdadi Ltd published on 15/03/2018  

If you’re a tenant in a rented property, then you should have a valid Energy Performance Certificate. An Energy Performance Certificate tells you how energy efficient your home is, and it comes in the form of a graph with ratings from A to G. A is the most energy efficient and G is the least.From this April (2018) all rented property must have a minimum energy rating of E. This means if you Tags: Renting, Property, EPC
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