LandlordZONE® has been involved in a major project by Direct Line for Business (DLB) which advises UK landlords on relevant issues involved with letting property.
Direct Line for Business has developed an interactive content hub for landlords with the involvement of LandlordZONE® and its impressive 30+ years’ property letting & management experience!
Direct Line for Business has featured LandlordZONE as an expert contributor to its ‘Rental Road’, an interactive collection of articles and resources to support the UK’s landlord community which fits closely with the longstanding LandlordZONE®’s (established in 1999) philosophy of educating UK landlords.
As part of the scheme Direct Line for Business has produced a “Successful Landlord Infographic” depicting the main elements of success in letting property.
Becoming a successful landlord doesn’t have to be complicated or stressful. Establishing the solid foundation of a good plan before you begin is the first step on your journey.
There are a lot of things to consider when you become a landlord, but having a really good understanding of the market, a realistic budget and a solid awareness of your responsibilities is essential say DLB and LandlordZONE®.
However, you don’t have to do the whole business alone. With the right website links to good information, legal support, tradespeople and letting agent support, you can feel confident that everything is in hand and instead focus on the matter of keeping your property maintained and in good working order.
DLB infographic takes you through the three steps you need to take to achieve landlord success.
Direct Line for Business recognise LandlordZONE’s as:
“a digital pioneer that has educated and connected the UK’s landlord population for a number of years. As experts in supporting this audience online, we keenly sought LandlordZONE’s advice to ensure that our capsule collection of articles provides fundamental information and answers some common queries”.
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