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Black Friday – The best deals for landlords

Black Friday
Stephanie Eaton
Written by Stephanie Eaton

Black Friday returns to the RLA on the 25th November 2016. Each year our Black Friday deals get bigger and better and we can’t wait to share our membership and training offers with you.

This Black Friday landlords will be able to join our association at half price from as little as £39.98 for their first year. This provides access to full RLA Member benefits which include: unlimited access to our landlord advice team, downloadable AST agreements, section 8s and section 21s, discounts on a wide range of landlord services and regular national and local letting news updates.

We’re also offering you the following online training courses at half price:

Principles of Lettings

This course explains your obligations and requirements in relation to your tenants, properties and any agents you use. The course takes you on a journey through pre, during and post-tenancy scenarios. Find out more.

Deposits and Inventories

This course helps you navigate the complex laws on deposits so that you feel confident to complete your own inventories, take and protect deposits, and deal with any disputes with ease. Find out more.

Both online courses enable you to learn at your own pace from the comfort of your own home.

These deals will be around for one day only so make sure you take advantage whilst you can and visit our site on the 25th November 2016.

www.rla.org.uk

You won’t be disappointed!

About the author

Stephanie Eaton

Stephanie Eaton

Steph is the Events and Marketing Executive for the RLA. She holds a Media, Culture, Communications and Advertising degree from the University of Lincoln and has had several years’ experience utilising her skills developing content and managing marketing campaigns. She has spent over 5 years in the housing sector which is an area that she is passionate about. Steph is also responsible for the RLA’s event programme and can be often found networking with members on the RLA stand at events.

1 Comment

  • I am a Landlord.
    I think the Letting Agents fees to tenants are draconian and unnecessary, apart from the Credit Check fees which should only cover the actual cost of the check.
    I believe the perspective tenant should pay for this service as it informs both tenant and Landlord of any problems which could lie ahead. A Landlord/Agent could end up paying for numerous ones of these, where the tenant cannot possibly afford to rent and run the rented premises.
    It is in everyone’s interest that the prospective tenant should pay for this service, not only does it give the tenant an idea of whether they could afford the rented premises but, it gives them a fair idea if they can afford any similarly priced rented premises they will be interested in.

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