The Landlord Lifecycle: A Guide to being a Landlord
More and more people are struggling to sell their homes and an increasing number of sellers are opting to let their property out as a result. Inheriting a home or moving in with a partner, are also examples of situations when people might find themselves becoming a Landlord without necessarily planning to be one.
Being a landlord can sound so easy on paper. All you do is provide a home for people needing somewhere to live and they pay you rent, but unfortunately nothing that involves human beings can ever be quite that simple, and while buying a home to let and becoming a landlord can be extremely profitable, all too often if you don’t have the right information you can come unstuck.
To bring you the answers to any questions you may have and to guide you through the process of letting a residential property we have developed this infographic. Whether you are already letting a property or looking for advice on how to start, this is for you.
Our experts can give you advice on all aspects of becoming a landlord. If you have a questions get in touch and we’ll do our best to help you: http://www.totallandlordinsurance.co.uk/contact/<
About the authorEddie Hooker has been involved in the insurance industry since 1985. He worked with many large insurers such as Legal & General and AXA Insurance prior to setting up his own insurance business, Hamilton Fraser, in 1996. Hamilton Fraser now employs over 130 staff out of their North London office, dealing with various insurance products for the buy-to-let property market such landlord insurance, rent guarantee insurance, emergency cover and tenancy deposit protection.
Eddie and Hamilton Fraser Insurance first started to provide landlord insurance as early as 1996 when they became involved with the Small Landlord Association, which later became the National Landlords Association.
By working closely with the industry’s leading companies Eddie and his team have built up a detailed understanding of the landlord market ensuring that the customer experience is founded on knowledge and support. This has been highlighted in a recent customer survey that found that 95% of Hamilton Fraser customers were either satisfied or more than satisfied with the service provided by the company.
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