People often think that Landlord Law is just for landlords, but actually that is not the case. We have always had a big tenant area with information tailored to tenants needs.
A new tenant membership
In the new Landlord Law I have taken this one step further by splitting the tenant area off and making a separate tenant membership.
There are a number of advantages to this:
- I can make it a bit cheaper (tenant monthly membership is £15 as opposed to the landlords monthly fee of £20)
- I can focus the articles and information more directly on tenants needs
- The forum areas are now split off (apart from a ‘Crossroads’ forum area which both landlords and tenants can use), and
- I can have special tenant services, such as our letters service
Comments from a tenant
But don’t take my word for it. I got copywriter extraordinaire, Amy Harrison to take a look recently (she is a tenant) and this is what she said:
As a tenant, you can feel like things are balanced in favour of your landlord. Contracts can be difficult to understand and letting agencies can have a way of making you feel like you are always in the wrong.
The information contained in Landlord Law really opened up my eyes to show me that this isn’t true. Not only that, but it shows you how to resolve issues in a way that means you don’t have to be assertive in person to make sure you are being treated fairly.
Landlord Law gives you practical advice to make you feel secure and safe in your home when it comes to legal matters and your rights as a tenant. From tips to dealing with harassment issues, getting repairs done (even if the landlord refuses), to avoiding homelessness, Landlord Law provides quality information in a friendly and fun manner.
The content is easy to read, doesn’t patronize and you don’t need a legal dictionary to understand it!
Landlord Law not only provides you with information, but there are a number of downloadable sheets such as checklists for checking out new properties and incident sheets for logging issues that might lead to a formal complaint.
You can also create letters automatically by typing in just a few details (which took me around 5 minutes to complete) in case your landlord is dragging his or her feet in getting repairs done around your property.
Quite simply, Landlord Law provides you with the information you need to avoid landlord / tenant conflicts, and easy to use resources in case the unexpected arises. What’s more, if you use the resources to deal with any incidents you can be confident of having a strong detailed case to support you if you ever had to take something further. I can highly recommend this service!
For more information about my services for tenants, please >> click here.
Have you used Landlord Law as a tenant? What did you think?