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Advice for Residential Landlords

As a landlord, it is crucial that you protect your interests, whether you have a single investment property or a portfolio. This involves ensuring you have the correct documentation in place and ensuring this provides you with the protection you need, in case you have to call upon these documents in future.

It also means seeking specialist legal advice should you find yourself in a potential dispute with a tenant. Seeking legal advice as early as possible and from a lawyer specialising in Landlord & Tenant Law matters means you have the best chance of concluding the matter in your favour and as quickly and cost-effectively as possible.

Holmes & Hills Solicitors has a specialist landlord solicitor, providing expert advice to landlords across Essex and Suffolk who have investment portfolios that range from a single property to dozens. Our specialist can advise you on:

The first step in getting advice

Call 01376 320456 (Essex) or 01787 275275 (Suffolk) and ask to speak with our Landlord & Tenant Law specialist David Sodimu

 

Free legal updates for landlords

We organise free events for our landlord clients in Essex and Suffolk. These provide you with an update on important changes to the law affecting landlords and offer guidance on the potential implications of these changes for you and your property (or portfolio).In recent years these free events have included a guest speaker from the National Landlords Association (NLA) who have provided our clients with an update and overview of the lettings market. They have also offered their perspective on some of the legal changes we have raised and offered practical guidance on a range of issues.

You can see our future and past events by visiting the Holmes & Hills Solicitors Events page.


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