Wednesday, 19 January 2011

Landlords: What to do if your tenant won’t pay!

If your tenant can’t or won’t pay their rent, here’s what to do to get your money and your property back.

There is some cause for optimism for landlords this year. Demand for rental properties continues to grow, with many landlords looking to expand their portfolios and increase their rents.

However, it’s not all rosy, as the issue of rent arrears is once again rearing its ugly head.

You can read the full article here Landlords: What to do if your tenant won’t pay! has a wide range of support and help for Landlords. Our Landlord Resource Centre is the UK's largest free on-line source of help and advice for landlords, click here for more information The Landlord Resource Centre

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