Tenants

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Introduction

Renting a residential property is much easier and safer since the Housing Act 1988 and the implementation of the 1996 amendments.

However, renting a property is often a big commitment and it is therefore important to have some guidelines and general advice on what to do and what not to do to make your tenancy as successful as possible.

Ensure the landlord or agent you rent from is a member of NLA or UKALA and subscribes to our Code of Practice - then you can be confident your rental will be professionally managed.

Guide To Renting

The NLA seeks to promote good relations between landlords, agents and tenants by ensuring a good standard of service to you as a tenant.

There are things you can do aid this process: 

View our guide

Guide To Letting Agents

UKALA letting agents are recommended by the National Landlords Association.  

All members abide by a professional Code of Conduct and offer tenants and landlords financial peace of mind through Client Money Protection.

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Is Your Landlord a Member?

All NLA members are issued with a membership ID card.

If your landlord claims to be a member of the National Landlords Association - but cannot present their membership card - you can still verify membership by asking for their name and membership number. If they cannot give this to you, they are NOT a member.

Warning: Read the latest Gumtree scam.
 

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Is Your Landlord Accredited?

Our verification process will also tell you whether or not your landlord has done the necessary development required to become accredited with the NLA.

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To find out more about NLA Accreditation and it’s requirements click here

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