Is your landlord a ‘rogue’ or ‘in vogue’

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Reinventing Renting looks at the characteristics and qualities of professional landlords and seeks to help tenants identify whether their landlord is a ‘rogue’ or ‘in vogue’.

The campaign also provides valuable support for landlords, helping them to improve their businesses and enhance their properties.

Carolyn Uphill, Chairman of the NLA said: “Landlords suffer from a poor case of perception in the media and the wider public despite the fact that the vast majority work hard to provide well-maintained homes and to keep their tenants happy.

“This is a serious issue for us but we wanted to have a bit of fun with it so we attempted to characterise some of the qualities that define a landlord that is ‘in vogue’ so tenants are better able to avoid the rogues who tarnish the reputation of the sector.

“We also find that a great number of people who let out property find it hard to identify as a landlord for a variety of reasons.”

Carolyn continued: “We want to help them understand what qualities their tenants expect of them, while helping them professionalise the way they go about their business”.

n The National Landlords Association (NLA) is the UK’s leading organisation for private-residential landlords.

It works with almost 62,000 landlords, of which over 29,000 are paying members, ranging from full-time landlords with large property portfolios to those with just a single letting.

NLA membership helps landlords make a success of their lettings business by providing a wide range of information, advice and services.

Reinventing Renting looks at the characteristics and qualities of professional landlords and seeks to help tenants identify whether their landlord is a ‘rogue’ or ‘in vogue’.

The campaign also provides valuable support for landlords, helping them to improve their businesses and enhance their properties.

Carolyn Uphill, Chairman of the NLA said: “Landlords suffer from a poor case of perception in the media and the wider public despite the fact that the vast majority work hard to provide well-maintained homes and to keep their tenants happy.

“This is a serious issue for us but we wanted to have a bit of fun with it so we attempted to characterise some of the qualities that define a landlord that is ‘in vogue’ so tenants are better able to avoid the rogues who tarnish the reputation of the sector.

“We also find that a great number of people who let out property find it hard to identify as a landlord for a variety of reasons.”

Carolyn continued: “We want to help them understand what qualities their tenants expect of them, while helping them professionalise the way they go about their business”.

n The National Landlords Association (NLA) is the UK’s leading organisation for private-residential landlords.

It works with almost 62,000 landlords, of which over 29,000 are paying members, ranging from full-time landlords with large property portfolios to those with just a single letting.

NLA membership helps landlords make a success of their lettings business by providing a wide range of information, advice and services.