Renters' Rights and Responsibilities
Whether you're a seasoned renter or just about to rent for the first time, know what your rights and responsibilities are is really useful.
Stay on the right side of the law, be a responsible tenants - here's what to do and what not to do.
There's loads of information about renting available on the internet. So why is the Ministry of Housing 'How To Rent' guidebook so useful?
Everything might not always seem as legit as it is. Scratch under the surface, see what you can find.
In a word: 'Yes', but find out some reasons why in the article
As a tenant, you have the right to ‘quiet enjoyment’ in your rental property.
Your Rights: As A Tenant, You Have The Right To Have Your Full Deposit Returned To You, Minus Any Fair Deductions
What are the basic right with tenancy deposits? We dig in to the basics of tenancy deposits here.
Your Rights: As A Tenant You Have The Right To Live In A Property That’s Safe And In A Good State Of Repair
What are the basic rights you have as a tenant to live in a safe home? Read on.
If you’re renting in England or Wales, it’s important to understand that landlords aren’t under legal obligation to provide written tenancy agreements. Still, not having a tenancy agreement in writing places both the landlord and the tenant at a disadvantage.
The Tenants Fees ban. What is it? What fees are banned? What does it all mean for letting agents, landlords and tenants? Click through to read our summary.