Landlord Associations can be hugely beneficial for private landlords. The membership fees vary depending on the benefits included, but landlords typically gain access to great advice channels and discounts on landlord services. Here's a look at the National Landlords Association membership:
When you join the NLA, you have access to a wide-ranging set of landlord advice tools. They frequently update their site with Government regulations, and provide useful advice on crucial landlord issues like problem tenants and loss of rental income. If you have questions, they have a free telephone advice line – a great way to sort out any landlord issues and answer any question about your properties.
The NLA frequently have meetings all across the country where private landlords can get together. The events feature speakers from all across the lettings industry, and can provide some really useful tips about managing buy-to-let properties.
NLA members get £20 off all Upad tenant-find services. View all services here.
By becoming an accredited landlord, you help to show the local authorities and prospective tenants that you take your business seriously. It makes you look more professional, and many councils offer incentives if you are accredited.
1 year membership (direct debit): £120
3 year membership: £210
5 year membership: £350
Visit landlords.org.uk to find out more.