Becoming a landlord – Welcome the first article in our series on Being a landlord. Over the next three months, Stirling Ackroyd will be talking to you about the opportunities and challenges faced by different kinds of property owners. We want to show you how to optimise rental income and […]
This week we introduce Charlie Bray, your Director of Property Management. As a landlord you might ask why you should choose Stirling Ackroyd’s property letting and management services ahead of others. The answer is simple – we train, progress and retain the very best people to manage your assets. At […]
It’s rare that a single event leads to the unexpected break-up of any blissful relationship. Normally, in the property lettings world, a breakup comes as a result of a slow process of disappointment and setbacks as the assigned letting agent fails, time and again, to fulfil the promises they have made.
When you and your tenant sign a leasing contract at the beginning of a tenancy, it usually locks both parties into the agreement for a set period of time, whether that’s six months, a year or longer. There may be a break clause that allows either party to get out of the contract at an agreed point, but otherwise the tenancy will run for the specified time.