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While winter poses problems and challenges for most of us, if you are a landlord, you know this is likely going to be a busy time of year for you. Everyone wants to feel warm and comfortable in winter, and this means that large demands are placed on heating systems.

It is no surprise that ensuring health and safety in rental accommodation is a pressing concern for many people and organisations. It is also fair to say that most landlords are keen to ensure they offer safe and secure accommodation.

Being a landlord is challenging, for several reasons. The demands of tenants can often leave many landlords feeling exasperated but there is a need to provide the best standard of service. For other landlords, the biggest issue they face is the heavy volume of regulations they must contend with.

If you are a landlord, you should be preparing for winter. This time of year can cause havoc at a rental property, but with our 6 property tips, landlords should be ready for winter.

It is important that landlords remain in touch with regulations that impact on them and the tenancy fee ban is making its way through Parliament right now. Given that most politicians seem to be backing the tenancy fee ban, it is likely that it will be introduced in 2019. In fact, ARLA Propertymark have stated that they believe the ban is inevitable, so now is the ideal time for landlords to familiarise themselves with what it entails.

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