As we come to the end of another successful year in the private rented sector (PRS), it’s time to look forward to 2015 and what the future holds for tenants and landlords. Continue reading
The next few months will see properties up and down the country exposed to more snow, ice, rain and wind, significantly increasing the chance of property damage.
Throughout this year we have blogged about the strong position of the Scottish Private Rented Sector (PRS). Continue reading
To make the most out of your rental property it is wise to try to keep the turnover of tenants to a minimum. Why? Well, put simply, the fewer tenants you have, the fewer void periods you will encounter. Continue reading
Legislation stipulates that duty holders – those with health and safety responsibilities for others – must take precautions to prevent risk of exposure to Legionella.
As the dust has now settled on one of the most monumental periods in Scottish history, it seems there has been a clear and positive effect on the Private Rented Sector (PRS). Continue reading
Should landlords allow tenants to smoke and/or have pets in rental properties? It is a topic that has been debated many times by landlords, letting agents, property managers Continue reading
As a private landlord in Scotland you are required to adhere to the Housing (Scotland) Act 2006, which sets out the criteria that must be met if a house is to comply with the Repairing Standard, a concept introduced in Scotland by the Act. Continue reading