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Changing A Tenancy Agreement

By Webdadi Ltd published on 23/04/2019  

Once a tenancy agreement has been signed this cannot usually be amended unless both parties agree to the changes. So be aware of this and the implications when you take on the responsibility of an agreement, especially with other people, as it could have huge implications for you down the road if you don’t understand what this entails.If both parties agree, the change should be recorded in w Tags: Tenancy, Rental, Property

What you need to clean at the end of your tenancy?

By Webdadi Ltd published on 06/07/2018  

When you leave your rented property at the end of your tenancy, you must leave it in the same condition as the day you moved in.The easiest way to make sure everything is clean and tidy, is to make a list. Start with each room and list what needs to be done. Check it off as you finish each job.The KitchenStart with cupboards and drawers. Empty them out give them a good clean. Before you put the co Tags: Tenancy, Rental, Property

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

Ending Your Tenancy

By Datography Ltd published on 14/02/2018  

If you want to give notice to your Landlord to end your tenancy agreement you must do so in a legal manner. If you don’t you could find yourself paying rent even though you don’t live in the property anymore. The first thing you must do is check what type of tenancy agreement you have. There are two types. A fixed term tenancy which means you have a date when the tenancy ends and a periodic tenanc Tags: Tenancy, Ending, Fixed Term, Periodic Tenancy