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With over 20 years of experience, we have the experience to make your next move seamless and stress-free. From plush apartments and studio flats to private rooms, we have a vast range of properties to rent in London. You can find a full list of our latest rental listings below. If you have any questions or would like to arrange a viewing, contact our friendly team.

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Your step-by-step guide to renting a home in London.

Are you looking for a new home to rent? When you start to look for a property you need to work our what your exact requirements are, location, number of bedrooms, proximity to transport, budget etc. Be prepared before you start looking for your new home with our step-by-step guide to renting a property in London.

Frequently Asked Questions

Buy-to-let property investment in London, like the rest of the UK, is subject to a number of rules and regulations. Some of the key rules and considerations for buy-to-let investors in London include:

Buy-to-let property investment in London, like the rest of the UK, is subject to a number of rules and regulations. Some of the key rules and considerations for buy-to-let investors in London include:

  • Taxes: Buy-to-let property investors in London are subject to income tax on any profits generated from their rental properties. They may also be required to pay capital gains tax when they sell a property.
  • Mortgages: It can be more difficult to obtain a buy-to-let mortgage in London due to stricter lending criteria. Lenders may require a larger deposit and may charge a higher interest rate on buy-to-let mortgages.
  • Landlord obligations: Landlords in London have a number of legal obligations, including maintaining the property in a safe and habitable condition, protecting tenants' deposits, and complying with rent control and eviction laws.
  • Tenant rights: Tenants in London have a number of rights, including the right to live in a safe and habitable property, the right to a written tenancy agreement, and the right to request repairs.
  • Planning and zoning regulations: Buy-to-let investors in London should be aware of local planning and zoning regulations, which may impact the use and development of their properties.

It is important for buy-to-let investors in London to familiarize themselves with the relevant rules and regulations, and to seek legal and financial advice as needed.

An NRL, or Non-Resident Landlord, is a landlord who does not live in the UK and therefore cannot manage their rental properties personally. If you are a non-resident landlord and do not have an NRL you will be charged 20%. Your letting agent will withhold 20% tax on rent received on your behalf and will declare the amount of rent collected to HMRC annually.

By law, landlords cannot:

  • Enter a property without permission unless there is an emergency
  • Change the door locks, even if the tenant breaches their contract
  • Refuse to make essential repairs, even if the tenant is in arrears
  • Increase rent during a fixed-term tenancy
  • Increase rent without a minimum of 1 month notice
  • Increase rent higher than other similar properties in the area

You can put your property up for rent for 90 days without a permit. Anything longer than 90 days requires a permit.

In London, landlords are responsible for:

  • Providing an Energy Performance Certificate
  • Keep rental properties safe and free from health hazards
  • Making sure all gas and electrical equipment are maintained
  • Protecting the tenant’s deposit
  • Provide the tenant with a copy of the ‘How to rent: the checklist for renting in England” guide

A landlord or property manager may request a holding deposit from a prospective tenant to “hold” the property and take it off the market.

As a landlord, you’re responsible for providing the following information:

  • Your contact information and address
  • Tenancy agreement
  • Check-in report (or inventory report)
  • Meter readings
  • Code of practice
  • A copy of ‘How to rent: the checklist for renting in England’ guide
  • A gas safety certificate
  • Deposit paperwork
  • The Energy Performance Certificate

At Holland Properties, we can provide letting services, including let only, rent collection service, and fully-managed services. Learn more about the different service options we offer here.

There are a number of ways you can attract more tenants, including advertising your property well, maintaining and upgrading your property, offering open houses, understanding your target market, and featuring the area’s amenities. At Holland Properties, we help landlords attract and screen quality tenants.

Yes. We have the experience and knowledge to accurately value your rental property based on current market conditions.

Yes. Holland Properties offers AST/Deposit Handling/Referencing services.

This can vary as we need to request access to the property. Once the visit from our consultants, professional photos are booked and description written, your property advert should be live within 48 to 72 hours.

Yes, but your agreements must meet local mandates and it cannot make misleading or outrageous clauses.

This may vary depending on the estate agency. Here at Holland Properties, we cover the costs for referencing.

Yes, we offer rent collection services.

Yes, we offer a tailored guarantee rent called Holland Assurance.

Yes, we offer inventory or check-in/check-out services.

Yes, you can advertise and rent out a single room in a shared property.

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