The Electrical Safety Standards for the private rented sector in England came into force on 1 June 2020 and has created a lot of additional work to ensure our Landlords are compliant and saf
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.