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    Landlord & Tenant Law

    Hi all,

    My husband and I have a couple of properties we rent out and hope to get more in the future. I'd love to become educated on Landlord and Tenant Law - does anyone know if there's any courses you can do to get a qualification in this or is it a case of reading reading reading online or books to teach yourself?

    Thanks for any help!

    #2
    The RLA does courses http://www.rla.org.uk/landlord/courses/courses.shtml

    In addition you could also become a qualified letting agent which will cover all these areas of law - Residential Letting and Property Management

    A great source of education are these forums and other websites that provide analysis of the law. My best source of education came primevally from doing it, making mistakes and fixing them.

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      #3
      Thank you!

      I would love my own lettings agency in the future but would want to be as knowledgeable as possible before doing it, hence starting now.

      I've been on here all afternoon reading it's great I'm hooked!

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        #4
        My best source of education came primevally from doing it
        You've been in the business a long time then?
        I offer no guarantee that anything I say is correct. wysiwyg

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          #5
          You kids know nothing about bad tenants, those dinosaurs know how to make a mess and payment in carcasses was hard to quantify.

          *primarily

          If you are to become a letting agent or not, its a good basis of knowledge for any Landlord in my opinion. My sister is doing the exam soon.

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            #6
            Yes, I think so too - I like reading before doing anything - I'm one of those people who read a manual from cover to cover for a new TV before switching it on!

            And IF I were to become a letting agent I would like to be as credible as possible, even if that measns making mistakes with our own properties (although hopefully I won't) but it's better with ours than with other peoples properties.

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              #7
              Originally posted by lamby2891 View Post
              Yes, I think so too - I like reading before doing anything - I'm one of those people who read a manual from cover to cover for a new TV before switching it on!

              And IF I were to become a letting agent I would like to be as credible as possible, even if that measns making mistakes with our own properties (although hopefully I won't) but it's better with ours than with other peoples properties.
              Have a look at my website below in my signature.
              The advice I give should not be construed as a definitive answer, and is without prejudice or liability. You are advised to consult a specialist solicitor or other person of equal legal standing.

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                #8
                Join the NLA/RLA esp for their distance learning library/tests
                Las do not have to be qualified so reputation with LLs/Ts is important

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