Useful Links

Tenancy Desposit Protection ServiceDeposit Protection Service (DPS) is open to all landlords and letting agents, and is the only scheme that is free to use.

The DPS is your one-stop shop for tenancy deposit protection, offering a choice of custodial or insurance-based protection. Whether you’re a landlord, letting agent or organisation, you’ll have peace of mind that your tenant’s deposit will be protected by one of the largest suppliers of deposit protection in the UK.

 

UK Association of Residential Letting AgentsThe Association of Residential Lettings Agents ARLA,The Association of Residential Letting Agents is the UK’s foremost professional body for letting agents. Its members are professionals working at all levels of letting agency, from business owners to office employees.

 

 

mydeposits deposit protection schemeMyDeposits is a government authorised tenancy deposit protection scheme. It is designed to enable landlords and letting agents in England and Wales to take and hold a deposit for the duration of the tenancy.

mydeposits has successfully protected more than a million deposits.

The Dispute Service (TDS) is an independent, not-for-profit company established in 2004 to resolve complaints and disputes arising in the private rented sector.

The Housing Act 2004 requires landlords and letting agents to protect deposits on assured shorthold tenancies in a scheme such as ours. We provide insurance backed tenancy deposit protection with free, impartial dispute resolution for when disagreements arise over how the money is divided.

 

Landlords Useful Links

Landlordzone website for Landlords
Useful Info site for Landlords

LandlordZONE® is a free access website for landlords and agents involved in letting property – novice and experienced alike.

The site has been helping landlords and agents to manage their investment properties successfully since 1999.

It is also an on-line community with Forum, Blogs, Articles, Legal Up-dates, Landlord Guides, Daily News, RSS feeds and Social Media links.

The website provides free access to comprehensive and reliable information, case law, letting processes and procedures; resources such as forms, notices and standard letters.

Landlords Click Here for more information

 

Tenants Voice providing advice and information to tenantsThe Tenants’ Voice is the UK’s Largest Tenant Community that providing recommendations for letting agents, help, advice, information for tenants about searching for properties, renting a home, tenancy agreements and a whole host most

Our goal is to make renting better for everybody. Landlords Click Here for more information.

 

Tenants Useful Links

 

Information on Tenancy Despoits

Your landlord must put your deposit in a government-backed tenancy deposit scheme (TDP) if you rent your home on an assured shorthold tenancy that started after 6 April 2007. In England and Wales your deposit can be registered with:

Tenants Click Here for information on Tenancy Deposit Schemes.

 

Tenants Voice providing advice and information to tenantsThe Tenants’ Voice is the UK’s Largest Tenant Community that providing recommendations for letting agents, help, advice, information for tenants about searching for properties, renting a home, tenancy agreements and a whole host most

Our goal is to make renting better for everybody. Tenants Click Here For More Useful Information.

 

 

 

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