‘Go it alone’ landlords – how great a risk are they taking?

Symonds & Sampson have just published their latest Landlords’ newsletter.  Alongside some useful articles is a Legal update written by Partner and Head of Lettings Rachael James.

‘Go it alone’ landlords – how great a risk are they taking?

Rachael’s article has been updated no less than five times in the last few weeks to ensure that it contains the most up-to-date information in response to legislation announcements. “Using a qualified agent who is absolutely on the ball with current legislation is essential”, Rachael believes, adding “one incorrect document or notice and a landlord risks an invalid notice, potentially resulting in larger court costs and delays – potentially of months – until you can regain possession of your property”.

Symonds & Sampson’s letting agents are all qualified to the ARLA Propertymark standard of the Technical Award, are experienced, well trained and ready to assist landlords with the letting of their property. Our clients know that if they do need to serve notice on your tenant, they will have peace of mind that if it does end up in court, they will get possession.

So is ‘going it alone’ a risk worth taking? Before you decide, take a look at and subscribe to receive the newsletter here, and contact Rachael on 01258 474265 or the Lettings team in your local office.

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