England Landlord Guidance

Changing the Rent

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How To Increase The Rent

There are three ways to increase the rent for an assured shorthold tenancy: clause in the tenancy agreement or agreement with the tenant or by notice under section 13 of the Housing Act 1988. At the bottom of this article is detailed information for completing a section 13 form.

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Rent Schedule Sheet (Rent Card)

Rent Schedule Sheet (Rent Card)

Product Code: F008 A Microsoft Excel file containing a printable rent statement for tenants to hold on to and ...
Rent Increase Form (England) – Section 13 Notice

Rent Increase Form (England) – Section 13 Notice

Product Code: F024 - ENGLAND ONLY Where a landlord wants to increase the rent of an assured shorthold tenancy, ...
Notice of Increase of Rent Under Regulated Tenancy

Notice of Increase of Rent Under Regulated Tenancy

Product code: F063 PLEASE NOTE, THIS IS NOT SUITABLE FOR ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCIES - THIS FORM IS FOR ...

Questions and Answers (for this topic and country)

Section 13 Notice Acceptance

27/04/2020 10:31 am If landlord served a Section 13 Notice via recorded delivery with proof it was received. However tenant hasn't paid rent since, nor have they contacted landlord or ...

Significant Housing benefit increase in my area

Each year around Feb/March I investigate what the HB rates are for my area and then obtain confirmation from the local council.  Did this in 2020 in mid February and the rates were due to ...

Rent increase %

On 20th July 2021 , my tenants will have been in place 2 years. I am contemplating a rent increase of £30 from £1075 to £1105 a 2.8% increase.  This will be the first rent increase since they ...

S21 validity

tenancy commenced 2008 no renewals, s21 served march 2016, rent increase agreed oct 2017, is S21 ok?

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