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NLA National Landlords Association - Accreditation May 2018

May 2nd 2018

Formal Accreditation from on going Landlord Training and CPD (continued Professional Development)

Although we are member of the NLA we are now also formally accredited.



NLA Accredited Training

DPS Advise fpr move outs

Jul 5th 2016

5 steps to better communication with your student tenants

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Tenants now have right to request energy improvements

Apr 8th 2016

From tomorrow (1 April 2016), tenants have the right to request consent from their landlords to make energy-saving improvements for the properties they rent.

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Grounds for Eviction – Mandatory and Discretionary Grounds

Jan 25th 2016

Before we launch into our exhaustive look at all the Schedule 2 grounds in the Housing Act 1988, I just want to pause and take a look at what I consider to be the most important issue for you if you are a private sector landlord (different considerations apply in the public sector, which I will leave to Ben to talk about).

from the Landlords Law Blog


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Immigration ‘Right to Rent’ Checks and Passports

Dec 17th 2015

The Immigration Act 2014 places new restrictions on illegal immigrants accessing private rented accommodation and it falls to Landlords to carry out checks to identify if a potential tenant has the right to reside in the UK. These are to be called ‘Right to Rent Checks'.

The scheme is initially being trialled, from 1st December 2014, in areas in the West Midlands. After an evaluation, it will be rolled out nationally, but there is not definite timescale for that yet.

The trial pilot area areas are Birmingham, Dudley, Walsall, Sandwell and Wolverhampton.

Government Codes of Practice can be found in the Additional Resources section below.


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Sep 24th 2015

From the 1st October 2015 regulations require both smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms to be installed in rented residential accommodation. Changes are also made to the licence requirements in relation to houses in multiple occupation (HMOs), such as shared houses and bedsits which require a licence and also in relation to properties which are subject to selective licensing. The Regulations apply both to houses and flats. Failure to comply can lead to a civil penalty being imposed of up to £5,000.

These provisions only apply in England; not Wales.


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Dec 3rd 2013


We want all our clients tenants and landlord to protect their property.  So please read the PDF from Nottingham Police on Home Security  


The best advise though is shut the curtains and leave a light on!


Tips for people who are becoming tenants for the first time.

Sep 10th 2013

tips for people who are becoming tenants for the first time.

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2013 Happy New Year - Calling all Private Landlords in the Gedling Borough Area.

Jan 8th 2013

Homematch are actively looking for new landlords in the Gedling Borough Area. 

Competative rates, options for advertising only, tenant find and or fully managed services.

We are honest and reliable when it comes to handling your property. We won't spend money when it's not necessary.

Contact Lynda on 01159939600 for more details.

We can save you money and do it honestly, many agents add a percentage to your maintenance bills and you'd never know about it!    


Aug 24th 2012

HOMEMATCH would like to welcome Amanda Pumo who is taking over as Rentals Manager.

Amanda has dealt with property for over 20 years and is a landlord herself with a healthly portfolio of property and knows the industry inside out.

She will be responsible for all new landlords, new lettings, inspections & viewings.

Rental Management, Rent collection & Maintenance remain the responsibility of Lynda after Amanda moves our tenants in.

We look forward to being of continued high quality service to our landlords and tenants.