As a residential landlord, you depend upon a steady stream of rental income from your tenant. It can therefore be costly and stressful if your tenant stops paying the rent or becomes disruptive.
However, rectifying the situation is often far from straightforward. Landlord and Tenant law has evolved to protect the rights of tenants. In recent years it has increasingly become a minefield to navigate and landlords can find it challenging to understand and comply fully with their obligations. Mistakes, even of the most trivial nature, can have costly implications for you.
“Thank you Mike and Chelsey for your diligence and ready accessibility; we really appreciated that.” MA, August 2018
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Many landlords approach us when they need to regain possession of their property. However, not all disputes are about repossession. We also regularly advise landlords over rent arrears, deposits, repairs and misuse of the rental property.
With our assistance you can manage any situation with confidence, knowing exactly where you stand legally. We will advise you fully of your options and keep you informed throughout.
“I am thrilled to inform you Mike that the money was received by the deadline. May I convey my very many thanks for everything you have all done to bring this unfortunate situation to a close.” AS, February 2018
Through our transparent pricing policy you will know from the outset what the likely costs will be. Should the unexpected happen, we will provide you with a realistic fee estimate before proceeding further.