Existing landlords with additional properties ?Great News for Landlords! If you are an existing Landlord with Frost's and have additional properties within your portfolio which are not managed by our team, we are offering a 3 month management fee free period, if you bring the additional property to us to look after*.
This month we wanted to highlight Sophie Hutchinson, our newly appointed Lettings Manager for St Albans. Sophie lives locally in the area and has worked within the property industry for over 9 years, been with Frosts for almost 6 years, and gained a huge wealth of property knowledge during this time.
What the Debt Respite Breathing Space Scheme means to landlordsCovid-19 may have left some tenants struggling to pay their rent, and this new law will ensure they have some "breathing space", giving them time to find a way to pay off their debts.The Debt Respite Scheme came into effect from 4 May 2021.
Like every business Frost’s have been through a tumultuous year, ensuring we have protected our staff and clients has been central in decisions we have taken and with the restrictions on social distancing providing us less office space then we would need a lot of our staff have like many elsewhere have been working from home over the last year. As we look to regain some normality, we are delighted to inform you that we have taken a temporary office in St Albans in order to allow our entire property management team to return to work.
Properties with gardens have been extremely sought after since the start of lockdown.When it comes to renting a property with a garden, landlords and tenants can get easily confused with what’s required from both parties and this can cause confusion at the end of the tenancy.
Landlords - managing your propertyIf you are thinking of investing into property, or are already a landlord, you may be thinking of engaging the services of a Property Management Company rather than managing it yourself.Rental properties are subject to an increasing amount of legislation and compliance, and as a landlord you have responsibilities towards your tenants that you cannot afford to ignore.
There may be a variety of reasons that you may want to end a tenancy; because you are moving back home or because you have decided to sell, but whatever the reason there is only one lawful way to end a tenancy and that is to serve notice on your tenant.