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Buy To Let Water Damage. Who's Responsible?

The Buy-to-Let market experienced considerable growth throughout the past five years. If you are reading this article you may be someone who contributed to this growth, either by adding to your existing portfolio or investing in your first property.

Ideally, you will have landed your dream tenants who treat the property with the utmost respect and care. Unfortunately, this is not always the case and even the most perfect tenants cannot prevent unforeseen damage. Determining responsibility for said damage can poise many grey areas and uncertainty on who is liable for restoration and damage costs.

Essential Property Maintenance
Essential Property Maintenance

Property maintenance is essential if you want to keep your property in a good condition. Negligence in dealing with small repairs runs the risk of escalating into major issues. For instance, a small drip can result in significant water damage if it is not fixed. Whether you’re a homeowner, landlord or tenant taking charge and protecting your property will benefit your home. 

Maintaining Safety In The Home
Maintaining Safety In The Home

Home is usually the place where we feel safe and secure. Unfortunately, it is also the place where accidents can happen. Your home is vulnerable to many types of accidents and injuries, including falls, burns, poisoning and choking. They can happen to anyone at any time, and it is important to take steps in maintaining safety in the home to prevent this. This article offers some useful tips in how to do so.

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