For Landlords

There's a lot to think about if you're planning on renting out a property. Here you'll find information on the things you'll need to consider before you become a landlord.

Warning:THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE.

Buy to let tax changes: what you need to know

by Leeds Building Society


With the beginning of the new tax year on 6th April 2017, there were some changes to how buy to let landlords are taxed on their earnings. Here's what you need to know.

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Portfolio landlord changes: everything you need to know

by Leeds Building Society


From 30 September, buy to let lenders will have to change their approach to underwriting buy to let mortgage applications if the landlord has four or more mortgaged buy to let properties. Here's how the changes could affect you.

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Warning: THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY (WHICH MAY BE YOUR HOME) MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE

Tenancy Agreements under the microscope

by Leeds Building Society


From knowing when you can expect rent to be paid to who is responsible for repairs, a tenancy agreement is key when renting out a buy-to-let property.

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Five reasons you might decide to use a letting agent

by Leeds Building Society


Being a landlord can be a full time job – especially if you have more than one property. You need to be aware of all the rules and regulations governing rental properties, make time to advertise the property and show around prospective tenants and then do all the necessary background checks.

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Landlords: know your rights

by Leeds Building Society


From property repairs to securing a tenancy deposit, landlords have a number of responsibilities. However, renting out a property is a two-way street, and you are entitled to expect a number of things in return from your tenants.

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Landlords: know your responsibilities

by Leeds Building Society


A written agreement between you and your tenant should outline the basic rental rules, but a landlord’s duties stretch far further than simply collecting rent.

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