If you're not used to renting it can feel overwhelming with a lot to remember for a smooth tenancy. Our complete guide will give you a headstart by advising what to look out for and what questions to consider throughout the process.
This guide outlines the important changes under the Tenant Fees Act and Renting Homes (Fees etc.) (Wales) Act 2019 so you can ensure you're paying the correct fees.
Most tenancies are considered an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST). Put simply, it is an agreement between a tenant and a landlord for living in a rented property.
The Government introduced measures to make sure tenancy deposits are protected whilst they are with the landlord or letting agent. This guide covers everything you need to know.
If you want to move out of your rented home, you might be wondering what you have to do. This guide will help make sure your everything is in order before you pack up.
UK tenants have a number of rights to cover themselves from unfair evictions, rent increases and more. This guide covers the key rights all tenants should be aware of.
Housemates with different lifestyles can take some getting used to so our advice aims to help maintain a positive, amicable living space whilst renting shared accommodation.
When living in shared accommodation, the type of tenancy you have will affect your responsibilities as a tenant and what happens if someone on the tenancy wants to leave.
If a rented property prohibits pets but you believe the property would be suitable, use our tips to help strengthen your case to change the landlord's stance on pets.
This guide explains what a Private Residential Tenancy (PRT) is, how and when you should see a copy of it and what you can expect to find in the agreement.
We have set out below everything you need to know about how Right to Rent checks are done and what they mean for you as a tenant.
Subletting is when a tenant lets out part of the property which they themselves are renting. You must always get written consent from the landlord before subletting.
There can be a lot to get your head around when it comes to property. We've put together a list of common terms to help you beat the jargon.