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Tenants: How to Search for a Rental Property

By Rent Guarantor on 22/07/2020

It’s always tricky to know where to start when you are searching for a rental property. However, before you start searching you should always be sure that you know what you are looking for, for example; number of bedrooms, outside space, access to amenities etc., and have a rough idea of the budget you are wanting to spend as this will save you time in the long run.


PRS Tenants More Satisfied as Stamp Duty Holiday Could Encourage BTL Investment

By Rent Guarantor on 20/07/2020

The latest annual English Housing Survey from the Government shows that tenant satisfaction in the private rental sector is steady and remains higher than among social sector tenants. The annual report, which researches and measures many different aspects of the UK's housing provision highlights that in a number of areas, private rental sector (PRS) tenants are happier with their landlords and situation than those renting in the social sector.


Tenants: What to Avoid when Signing for a Rental Property

By Rent Guarantor on 01/07/2020

Contracts are generally long, boring, and daunting reads that can even make the Game of Thrones books look appealing. It’s important to sift through the whole contract and carefully read the small print. The contract should use simple language that does not complicate or cause confusion. Getting it right and understanding your contract before you sign can save a lot of problems for you in the future.


The Cheapest and Most Expensive Places to Rent in the UK

By Rent Guarantor on 15/07/2020

It might feel like you don’t have much of a choice where you rent because of your budget. Well if money is a restraint for you let’s see where to avoid and where to find the cheapest rentals. If not, then London might be for you.


When Does a Guest Become a Tenant?

By Rent Guarantor on 20/05/2020

As a Landlord you want to be able to give your tenants the freedom to enjoy having friends and family over to visit throughout their tenancy. However, what happens if you believe a tenant is spending more than an acceptable amount of time at the property and suspect they have started living at the property. How do you know when a guest has become a tenant?