We have now moved to our new websites - [England](https://england.landlordsguild.com) or [Wales](https://wales.landlordsguild.com)
We have now moved to our new websites - [England](https://england.landlordsguild.com) or [Wales](https://wales.landlordsguild.com)
powered by bulletin

Question

Changing the Rent (England)

My tenants and I have agreed that their rent is to be increased.

7 Jun 2016 | 3 comments

My tenants and I have agreed that their rent is to be increased.

Answer

3 Comments

  1. bdixon

    Hi,
    Am just checking that this is still the case (given ever increasing legislation). I issued an AST 3 years ago and haven’t increased rent once. I proposed an increase (equivalent to aprox’ 5.4%) that tenants accepted. Am I ok to just confirm this by letter, no new front page for tenancy agreement or anything else?

  2. guildy

    That’s correct; if everyone agrees, just a written confirmation will suffice.

Submit a Comment

View your previously asked questions. (Will only show questions from August 2020)

(Link above back to topic only works for questions added after end of August 2020)