By 2025, it is expected that more than half of the UK population will be renting their home, and with the interest rates likely to stay low for the foreseeable future, renting out your property can look like a wise financial move.
However, whilst it is possible to run a successful business as a landlord, there are a number of pitfalls which can complicate matters. You may experience problems in:
- Giving notice and acquiring possession after a tenancy
- Dealing with tenants who are breaking the terms of their agreement
- Resolving disputes between the tenants and neighbours
Whether you are an “accidental” landlord or if you have a large portfolio of rental properties, Braddon and Snow’s Commercial Property team can help you resolve these issues. We have a wide range of experience in dealing with landlord and tenant disputes, and can guide you through the paperwork, and if necessary, the court processes required to protest your business interests.