As a member of the York RLA, you can claim the following benefits and many more.
Access to a Directory of Recognised Service Providers and specialist trade discounts
Free Monthly presentations on topics of interest to landlords and investors
Free personal tax insurance covering investigation by The Inland Revenue
Access to insured deposit protection at reduced rates
Access to low cost and comprehensive buildings, contents, and property owners liability insurance
Free quarterly National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) Property magazine
Remember, your membership fee is tax deductible.
Access to Landlord Members including presentations and e-shots
Entry into the Recognised Service Provider Directory
York RLA Recognised Service Provider logo available for your marketing materials
Networking Opportunities at York RLA run events
Social Media - York RLA will tweet your relevant news, and post it on Facebook
Your company logo, marketing brochures and business cards made available to our members at our monthly presentation evenings
Next Event
Our speaker this evening is Cllr. Michael Pavlovic who is the Portfolio Holder for Housing, Planning and Safer Communities. Cllr. Pavlovic will be discussing the York Plan and Housing, particularly strategy for the Private Rented Sector, HMO’s and student accommodation
Upcoming Event
Our speakers this evening will from Quick Fix. Quick Fix is the convenient solution; you deal directly with our customer services team and we can project manage your work and book local, reputable trades people without the hassle! Quick Fix offers a one stop shop for all tenanted properties. and Our second speaker will be members of the York RLA Committee discussing incorporation and the positive future of York RLA.
Upcoming Event
This article was shared with us by Landlord Vision and has been written by Mary Latham. Mary has been a self-managing landlord since 1972 and until July 2018 she was the West Midlands Regional Representative for the NLA. Over the years Mary has been consulted by government, local authorities and other groups within the housing industry and is well known for her in-depth knowledge of legislation and regulation.
Airbnb’s success is truly amazing. The story began in 2007, when the first two Hosts welcomed three guests to their San Francisco home. Airbnb now has more than 4m Hosts worldwide who have welcomed more than 1.5bn guests in more than 220 countries.
Life can be busy when you’re a landlord. Leaving aside managing your property and tenants, many landlords must also cope with the demands of a job or running a business. Then there’s your own domestic and family responsibilities.
We are getting into the colder months and condensation is becoming more apparent. Condensation leads to black spot mould growth which not only damages the property but is harmful to your tenants.
With the Renters (Reform) Bill shortly to have its second reading we are deeply concerned about the effects on the student rental market. The Private Rented Sector is a key part of the student rental market but is being largely ignored by the Bill. Purpose Built accommodation is however to get special treatment despite it providing less than half of student accommodation.