|June 25, 2021||No Comments|
Scottish Covid-19 legislation put more burden on landlords to protect the tenants. While tenants can leave giving 28 days notice, landlords’ notices were extended to up to 6 months. Evicting a tenant is difficult, but not impossible. In levels 0, 1 and 2 eviction orders are being enforced again.
|March 12, 2021||No Comments|
Very few HMO properties in Edinburgh have a licence for 6 or more tenants. There is a very big difference in licencing requirements between ‘regular’ HMO properties (licenced for 3, 4, 5 tenants) in Edinburgh and the biggest properties (6 tenants and more). So what changes when you add the 6th tenant?
|January 29, 2021||No Comments|
Many mistakes in lettings and property management are very costly, but can be avoided. Sometimes saving a few pounds short term may lead to a few thousand pound loss later on. So what are the worst mistakes Edinburgh landlords can make?
|January 15, 2021||No Comments|
2021 started with another lockdown in Scotland. This time the property market has been allowed to operate – with certain restriction and the usual precautions. What does it mean for Edinburgh Letting Centre’s tenants, landlords and contractors?
|November 26, 2020||No Comments|
Condensation and mould growth is a big problem in many Scottish rental properties, both modern and traditional. The good news is – condensation and excess moisture can be prevented by a few lifestyle changes what will lead to better and healthier indoor environments.
|October 30, 2020||No Comments|
2020 has been a very turbulent year for everybody. This post summarises the most important trends affecting Edinburgh HMO properties in the last 8 months: from the lockdown, to a very busy summer and a long awaited resumption of HMO inspections.
|July 17, 2020||No Comments|
Scottish letting agents and property managers re opened on 29.06.2020, when restrictions on housing moves were relaxed. The last 3 weeks have been quite fruitful and busy – but very different than early and mid July 2019. Scottish property market bounced back, but there is a new normal.
We are more than happy to help new and prospective landlords with advice.