Category - Landlord news

23
May

COVID-19 council tax exemption for student landlords

Good news for Edinburgh student landlords A council tax exemption for student landlords has been announced, following the passing of a second Coronavirus Bill in the Scottish Parliament. The Bill made its way through the Parliament this week, and was passed late on Wednesday evening. A number of alarming private rental sector amendments had been proposed …

3
Apr

Free rental assessments for Edinburgh holiday lets

If you’re a landlord of a holiday let then you’re likely to be struggling with occupancy in these challenging times. It’s a worrying time. How much income do you stand to lose? How do you increase your occupancy rates when there’s no demand? We’re here to help and support you, with free rental assessments to …

13
Jan

Changes to short term let regulations in Scotland – January 2020

The Scottish Government has just announced changes to short term let regulations in Scotland, due to come into force in spring 2021. A summary of the changes to short term let regulations in Scotland The Scottish Government outlined three key changes to short term let regulations in Scotland: The introduction of licencing for short-term lets, …

20
Nov

Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week 2019

18 – 24 November is Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week, an annual campaign to help ensure that everyone understands the dangers of carbon dioxide and how to protect themselves. Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week is a national initiative, and relevant to us all. While we should all be carrying out regular checks on equipment and alarms in …

9
Sep

Changes to Landlord registration in Scotland – are you prepared?

Landlord registration in Scotland has been compulsory since 2006; registration is through the Scottish Landlord Register or via your local authority. Changes are now being made to registration, due to come into force on 16th September 2019. Read on to find out: Why is landlord registration in Scotland changing? What exactly is changing? What you …