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Are you having increased calls from tenants in your HMOs? 

Concerned about other tenants within the property, who may not be adhering to social distancing measures? 

We’ve had an increased number of calls from concerned landlords and tenants regarding this, so we’ve compiled a few tips to deal with these issues,

We’re also running an offer at the moment – if you have any further concerns or would like some more information, you can book a FREE consultation with our Lettings Director, Zoe!

 

Cover all means of communication

We usually send a whatsapp / text message, an email and a letter when communicating important information with tenants. It’s important to have a footprint of what you’ve said, when. We’ve sent out some leaflets and flyers to our tenants which you can download here and here! If you feel it warrants a call to the individual flouting the rules, do it! 

At the start of the outbreak, we also sent out a communication to tenants to ensure that they understood their roles as a tenant and ours as a letting agent / landlord too. If you would like more information, or access to the template, send us an email.

 

Court Injunctions

Whilst most court action has stopped, injunctions can be obtained against tenants who are refusing to follow the restriction (try to gather as much supporting evidence as you can!) However, this is expensive and can be difficult. It’s also worth reminding whoever raised the issue (tenants / neighbours etc…) that they can report anyone who may be flouting the lockdown restrictions by calling 101.

If you have any further concerns or would like some more information, you can book a FREE consultation with our Lettings Director, Zoe.