Disputes with tenants are always incredibly unfortunate events and can often be the downside to renting out your properties. However, there’s no particular reason why you have to struggle on alone against a problem tenant, and help is at hand. In this blog, we... As a landlord, you are obliged to provide a bathroom for your tenants. Depending on how may bedrooms the property has, or whether you are running a House of Multiple Occupation (HMO), you may even be expected to provide several bathrooms. You won’t have room... Has the lease on your home come to an end? Well, if you’re moving on to rent somewhere else, part of your admin is going to involve getting your security deposit back. The only way to do this, however, is to ensure that you leave your house or flat in the... Betta Living have surveyed 2500 Landlords in the UK to see to uncover what qualities homeowners are looking for in their ideal housemates. Homeowners renting out a room want their housemate to be a tidy, humorous and thoughtful person who is financially... More than half of tenants would move or consider moving to a different town or city in order to buy a home, according to a new poll of private renters*. The poll found that just over a quarter of tenants (27 per cent) would relocate in order to buy a house, and a... Looking to rent for the first time or renting in a new area?Use Right Move’s five step guide to make sure you don’t miss any of the essential things to think about before you jump right in!