It's now a lawful requirement for anyone who owns a rented property in Wales, to register with the Government regulator, Rent Smart Wales. Both landlords and letting agents who deal with tenants must also become licensed before 1st October 2016. If you need a licence, it’s a criminal offence not to have one after this date!
Rent Smart Wales are the Authority who issue licenses to both landlords and letting agents. This can only be issued to those who have completed training with an Approved Training Provider.
As the first Rent Smart Wales Approved Provider, the Landlord Training Wales online programme is the quickest, most convenient and lowest cost way to stay compliant.
16th November 2016
Please join us on Saturday 19th November at 9am for the next face to face Landlord & Agent course. Our dedicated course tutor will be on hand to provide up to date information and guidance ensuring that you are supported fully. Our address is: 138 Walter Road, Swansea, SA1 5RQ
5th August 2016
Residential sales recorded in the UK increased by almost 5% between May and June 2016, according to the latest estimated figures to be published. The residential transaction count was 94,550 and while this is up 4.9% month on month, it is 10.2% lower compared with the same month last year.
28th July 2016
Latest index data suggests that the rate of house price growth in key cities in the UK is starting to plateau after a strong first half of the year. London in particular is likely to see slower growth ahead. Month on month the Hometrack Cities Index recorded growth of 6.9%
14th July 2016
A step by step guide to becoming a successful landlord Whether you’re a property mogul with a to-die-for portfolio of houses, or you’re just renting out your wife’s old flat – you’ll need to get your head around the simple steps of being a landlord. Getting into buy to let