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How Upad Works:

Letting a property with Upad is simple.

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Tell us about your property — rent, key features, rooms, local area.
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Your property will be advertised across the internet and we'll handle the initial tenant enquiries.
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Pick the right tenants and we'll reference them for you, at no extra charge.

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"How to choose the right tenant"

Picking the right tenants can seem like a straightforward process, but getting it wrong can be very costly. From what questions to ask on the phone to what to look out for during the viewing, this guide will make sure you make the right choice.

  • What questions to ask tenants over the phone before viewings.
  • What tenants will ask when you're showing them around your property.
  • How to arrange viewings.
  • Choosing which tenants are right for your property.

NEWS FROM UPAD

Guest Post: 6 Things You Should Know About Advertising Your Property Online

Are you struggling to find the right tenant for your property? Waiting for the phone to ring but nobody seems interested? Well, perhaps you ought to re-evaluate your tactics. When advertising your property online, be aware that it’s not simply a case of a couple of clicks here and there. Careful thought and consideration needs to go into what you want to say about your house or flat and... - MORE

Guest Post: How To Legally Serve Notice To Your Tenants?

For first-time landlords, having to deal with all the legal stuff can seem pretty daunting. It’s a legal minefield of forms and dead-lines and notices and obligations. But if the boring legal stuff is not done correctly, you may find that you are unable to get your property back when you want. Here we discuss the steps to legally end a tenancy in England and Wales at the end of the lease. Say... - MORE

Are You Ready To Fill In Your Self Assessment?

The HMRC’s Self Assessment deadlines every year are significant dates not only for the UK’s 1.5 million landlords but the other 8.5 million people who are required to fill the form in. And the final dates for the 2013/14 Self Assessment are now looming. Those who prefer to fill in their Self-Assessment tax return using paper and pen have until midnight on the 31st October to complete it... - MORE

Guest Post: The Ultimate Storage Guide For Landlords

For landlords letting a property for the first time or those who're between tenancies, preparation is key to attracting the right future tenant. Between Tenancy Refurbishments Whether the property is fully furnished or just partly equipped with the basics, you'll need to clear the decks so you have a straight run. Rent a self storage room on a short term contract (it’s possible to hire... - MORE

Guest Post: Decorating A Rental Home – A Landlord’s Guide

Over the coming years, the UK could see a 33% rise in the number of private rentals. Currently 16.5% of residential properties are private sector rentals. By 2020, it’s estimated that private rented property could make up to 20% of all UK homes. A recent report from Halifax found that one in five 23 to 27 year olds say they don’t want to own their own homes, they simply don’t have enough... - MORE


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