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September 5

2014
by mydeposits
6 top tips for landlords letting to student tenants

mydeposits have released their latest expert guide offering best practice advice to landlords letting to student tenants.

The ‘6 top tips for letting to student tenants’ guide is written by my|deposits Head of Legal Services Tim Frome and is available for free download via the mymdeposits website.

The guide covers tips including:

-Meeting your legal obligations when letting to students

-What student specific clauses you might wish to include in your tenancy agreements

-How to avoid any problems occurring throughout the tenancy

“It’s an important time of the year for student landlords”, said Frome.

“My|deposits wanted to offer best practice advice whether that be to experienced landlords or those that are just starting out and we believe that this new guide is perfect for everyone.

“Students could be returning to familiar surroundings or moving into a new property which can be a stressful time for both landlord and tenant and the guide can help with any short-term or long-term problems that can occur.”

There is a video to support the guide that is available on the my|deposits YouTube channel or through the blog posted on the website.

-ENDS-

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