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my|deposits England and Wales have launched a new guide offering best practice advice to landlords with student tenants.

With students heading back to university this time of year, the guide entitled ‘6 tips for letting to student tenants’ is perfect for new and experienced landlords as it offers tips and advice on getting properties ready for the new university year.

Written by Head of Legal Services, Tim Frome the guide includes meeting your legal obligations when letting to students, any clauses that you might want to include in the tenancy agreement and how to avoid any problems throughout the tenancy plus much more.

Being a student landlord can be a very attractive proposition especially in an area with a large student population which has the potential for high demand and good rental yields.

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As well as the informative guide my|deposits England and Wales also have a video to go along with it that includes more helpful advice.

The guide is free for download along with the video which can be found on the my|deposits YouTube channel.

Please Note: This Article is 5 years old. This increases the likelihood that some or all of it's content is now outdated.

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