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Guest Blog – Open Doors

As a private landlord, you may not have spent much time thinking about equality and diversity, or how this subject might affect you and your tenants. After all, you have enough to think about – between the recent GDPR legislation, the introduction of Universal Credit, registering with Rent Smart Wales and the changes to mortgage more »

HMO’s in Smaller Towns

Historically HMO’s or Houses in Multiple Occupation were popular in larger towns and cities because they provided three or more people an affordable place to live, but recently we were asked the question about how popular HMO’s were in smaller towns and this started us thinking, could HMO’s provide affordable accommodation in the smaller towns? more »

Welsh Landlords Interview Douglas Haig – Part 3: The RLA

Douglas Haig has been the Vice Chairman of the RLA Wales for a number of years and in addition to running the Cardiff Landlord Forum, he also runs his own property management company based in Cardiff. All the positions that Douglas holds have given him a wealth of knowledge and experience of the Private Rented more »