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Category: Gas & Electricity

How To Manage Energy Supply In Rented Property As A Landlord In 2024

Landlords should be aware of their responsibilities to their tenants. The property should be maintained to provide occupants with a safe environment, and all gas and electrical equipment must be correctly installed, serviced and certified. Additionally, it is the landlord’s responsibility to establish how energy bills will be paid. When renting out a property, you and your tenants can agree

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How To Manage Energy Supply In Rented Property As A Landlord In 2023

Landlords should be aware of their responsibilities to their tenants. The property should be maintained to provide occupants with a safe environment, and all gas and electrical equipment must be correctly installed, serviced and certified. Additionally, it is the landlord’s responsibility to establish how energy bills will be paid. When renting out a property, you and your tenants can agree

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LANDLORD GUIDE: Choosing The Best Energy Supplier

If, like many landlords, your rental package is bills inclusive, it will fall upon you to pick the energy supplier. But how can you go about picking the best one, with the best value for money and the biggest impact on lowering your carbon footprint? Below, we outline some top tips on the key things you need to be considering

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Choosing The Best Energy Supplier For Your Rental Property

If, like many landlords, your rental packages are not bills inclusive, it will fall upon you to pick the energy supplier. But how can you go about picking the best one, with the best value for money and the biggest impact on lowering your carbon footprint? Below, we outline some top tips on the key things you need to be

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Do landlords have to pay renewal fees?

Agents can only charge a renewal commission if the tenancy is actually ‘renewed’ – that is, extended for another fixed term. Landlords can avoid paying the fee by switching over to a periodic (or rolling) tenancy once the first term is up. That way, they haven’t technically renewed the lease

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Category: Gas & Electricity

How To Manage Energy Supply In Rented Property As A Landlord In 2024

Landlords should be aware of their responsibilities to their tenants. The property should be maintained to provide occupants with a safe environment, and all gas and electrical equipment must be correctly installed, serviced and certified. Additionally, it is the landlord’s responsibility to establish how energy bills will be paid. When renting out a property, you and your tenants can agree

Read More »

How To Manage Energy Supply In Rented Property As A Landlord In 2023

Landlords should be aware of their responsibilities to their tenants. The property should be maintained to provide occupants with a safe environment, and all gas and electrical equipment must be correctly installed, serviced and certified. Additionally, it is the landlord’s responsibility to establish how energy bills will be paid. When renting out a property, you and your tenants can agree

Read More »

LANDLORD GUIDE: Choosing The Best Energy Supplier

If, like many landlords, your rental package is bills inclusive, it will fall upon you to pick the energy supplier. But how can you go about picking the best one, with the best value for money and the biggest impact on lowering your carbon footprint? Below, we outline some top tips on the key things you need to be considering

Read More »

Choosing The Best Energy Supplier For Your Rental Property

If, like many landlords, your rental packages are not bills inclusive, it will fall upon you to pick the energy supplier. But how can you go about picking the best one, with the best value for money and the biggest impact on lowering your carbon footprint? Below, we outline some top tips on the key things you need to be

Read More »

Do landlords have to pay renewal fees?

Agents can only charge a renewal commission if the tenancy is actually ‘renewed’ – that is, extended for another fixed term. Landlords can avoid paying the fee by switching over to a periodic (or rolling) tenancy once the first term is up. That way, they haven’t technically renewed the lease

Read More »