Updates to 'How to rent: the checklist for renting in England' guide
Many of our clients have entered the “buy to let” market having perhaps a small portfolio of such properties. We can advise on tenancies and provide agreements suitable to our clients’ needs, particularly where more tailored clauses are needed than are in the standard letting agents’ agreements, where employment occupancies or licence arrangements are appropriate or where clients have encountered problems and expensive disputes.
We can assist you in obtaining the EPC which is now required for every property rented out and advise on other certification such as the Gas Safety certificate for all gas appliances.
We can help with your lender’s requirements. Remember that a lender will want to know if a property is being let out. You will also need to ensure that your buildings insurance covers the risk of the property being let out to tenants.
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