Letting property can be financially rewarding, but to be successful landlords must grapple with finance, tax and business decisions, human relationships, and with a mountain of rules and regulations that have become increasingly demanding. The Landlord's Handbook is the ultimate guide to staying on top of all of this and to making a long-term success of property letting. Making the life of a landlord easier This book covers every element of property letting, from finding suitable properties and tenants through to fulfilling legal obligations, and solving disputes and problems. Succinct and thorough, it is a no-nonsense guide and includes chapters on: - the benefits and methods of letting residential property - buy-to-let finance and the best mortgage for you - getting the best properties and the best tenants - drawing up the most effective legal agreements - keeping in line with laws and regulations - rent, repairs, possession and more. Drawing on the experience of thousands of landlords, this guide contains a host of real-life examples of what works and what doesn't, with pointers to common mistakes and miscalculations. Pitfalls are flagged at every stage, and best practice is always explained and illustrated. The Landlord's Handbook will make your life as a landlord easier - no matter whether you've been in the business for years, have run into problems now or are considering letting property in the future.The Landlorda#39;s Handbook will make your life as a landlord easier - no matter whether youa#39;ve been in the business for years, have run into problems now or are considering letting property in the future.
|Title||:||The Landlord's Handbook|
|Publisher||:||Harriman House Limited - 2010|