Figures show that we have seen a spike in second homeowners in Wales in recent years, many buyers of which have chosen to rent their properties out. While the prospect of attractive rent figures and rising equity is great, we are seeing a huge proportion of landlords neglect their fire safety duties and responsibilities. This
Once, being a Private Landlord was a career path that was lucrative and relatively minimal when it came to its demands. Aside from ensuring your property was aesthetically pleasing and collecting rental payments at the end of the month, being a Landlord was a pretty straightforward investment. However, over the past decade, the UK Government
Investing in a Buy 2 Let student property is an avenue many Landlords go down, with apartments, flats, and HMOs generating great sums in rental income. However, with great reward comes great risk. This is why as a Landlord, you need to do everything you can to limit the risk of fire in
In recent months, the news has been filled with stories of rogue Landlords not taking the subject of fire safety seriously, many being hit with huge fines and in some cases, imprisonment. Today, we look at the biggest culprits in the UK, highlighting just how important fire safety is and the need to be compliant!