The National Landlords Association (NLA) has made its best practice tenancy agreements and other forms freely available online to landlords.
Previously, only NLA members could access these best practice agreements. Now, however, the NLA is now offering its approved online documents, including tenancy agreements, referencing letters and Section notices, to all landlords in the UK for free.
In addition, the NLA has published advice and guidance for first time landlords to ensure they are aware of their obligations before entering the buy-to-let market.
David Salusbury, NLA chairman, said: “Letting property is a big responsibility; landlords are dealing with people’s homes, a whole raft of housing legislation and day to day maintenance. It is essential that they know what they are doing before they dive in and that they comply with the law and best practice once they do.
“Offering landlords in the UK access to best practice tenancy agreements and other necessary forms is a great way for a landlord to begin to run their businesses properly, but further expert advice and guidance is often needed, which is why we hope our top tips will help.”