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Become A Legal 4 Landlords Franchisee and Profit!

Become A Legal 4 Landlords Franchisee and Profit!

The premier landlord service provider, Legal 4 Landlords has grown from strength to strength in just 4 short years, thanks to their unique perspective of the UK Buy-To-Let market, smart business practices and a dedicated team of franchisees and affiliates.

Legal 4 Landlords was founded in 2008 by three partners, Binder Dhillon, Sim Sekhon and Stephen Moss, real life landlords who wanted to provide essential, cost effective services for other landlords facing the challenges of the UK property rental market.

The business trio have since expanded the company’s products, services and network of extremely capable service delivery experts to offer fresh, new innovative ideas in an ever changing market place and are now seen as the UK’s premier specialists in landlord services within the Private Rented Sector (PRS) and Lettings and Property Management Industry.

Legal 4 Landlords franchising really works!
The company’s first franchise registered profits of over £50,000 in their first year!

Legal 4 Landlords are market leaders in the lettings industry, with offices throughout England, Wales and Scotland, offering a range of services that help landlords across the industry whilst maintaining uncompromising principles through an extensive and dedicated franchisee network.

Legal 4 Landlords are the UK’s No.1 specialists within the Lettings and Property Management Industry, whether you’re a landlord, agent or tenant, Legal 4 Landlords unique landlord and tenant products and services cater for all needs.

Legal 4 Landlords core service areas range from Tenant Evictions, Debt & Rent Recovery, Tenant Referencing, Landlord and Tenant Insurance policies and specialist Rent Guarantee insurance products.

Legal 4 Landlords offer a range of services that help not only landlords and letting agents across the industry, but also our affiliates. The Legal 4 Landlords affiliate scheme is a very unique service to letting agents, estate agents, mortgage brokers, solicitors and commercial agents or other known associates within the industry.

Legal 4 Landlords have also broken into the tenant market, with great success.
New services are currently being developed and released over time.
Legal 4 Landlords tenant services have been developed to help provide for and protect tenants, which ultimately assist their landlords and agents too.

Legal 4 Landlords are always striving to deliver a new approach to solving the challenges faced by Landlords and Letting and Property Managing Agents; with this in mind, Legal 4 Landlords launched the Legal 4 Landlords Franchise Network in 2009.

Legal 4 Landlords have 50 franchise areas across the UK, with each area created depending upon the number of agents, landlords and tenant evictions registered.

The Opportunity Of A Lifetime

If you operate a business within the UK Buy-To-Let market or in the letting and property management industry and are able to develop good relationships with landlords and letting agents through marketing, networking and word of mouth. Then a Legal 4 Landlords Franchise is definitely for you!

The franchisee’s role will initially be to build solid working relationships whilst selling Legal 4 Landlords services.

As the franchisor, Legal 4 Landlords are here to help with the pre launch of your business, train you on the products and services, develop new products and services, support you with day to day tasks and market the branding on a national scale.

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Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour MP for Islington North has said that he plans to introduce a Private Member’s Bill in order to help regulate the Private Rented Sector (PRS), which he called an ‘utter disaster’.

Speaking in an adjournment debate in the Commons, the labour MP said in his own constituency, 30% of residents live in private rented accommodation and his proposed Bill would also introduce rent controls.

Mr Corbyn stated: “I wish to draw to the House’s attention the huge problems facing people living in the private rented sector in this country. This has to be seen in the context of the overall problems of housing supply and need in Britain. In 2010, 102,000 new properties were provided in this country, but every year approximately 230,000 new households are created. There are 2.8 Million people on the waiting list for council housing in the whole country and 3 Million people living in the private rented sector. I want to talk about the private rented sector because it has been the fastest-growing sector. Even if all the council housing I would like built, was built quickly, an enormous number of people would still be living in the private rented sector. Private rents have risen at double the rate of wages over the past ten years, while people living in the private rented sector are ten times more likely to move than owner occupiers. Furthermore, rents are rising fast despite the low level of wage rises at the moment and the relatively low levels of inflation. In other words, it costs more to live in private rented accommodation.”

He went on: “The terms of tenancies and conditions for people living in private rented accommodation tell a very sorry story indeed. We have a system of Assured Shorthold Tenancies (ASTs) – which give tenants a guaranteed tenancy of only six months and, after that, a two-month notice period – along with very high rents. In my constituency it is quite normal to find people living in private rented accommodation who are paying over half their take-home pay, if they are in work, on their rent. We also have a housing benefit system that militates strongly against people in the private rented sector. The Government have introduced the rent cap, which has limited the levels of housing benefit being paid. I am now facing the trauma – and it is a trauma – of seeing large numbers of tenants in my constituency who were or are in receipt of housing benefit being forced to move out, because their housing benefit has been cut and their rents have gone up, and because they cannot afford to meet the difference from other benefits, if they are on them, or their wages. There is, in effect, a social cleansing of inner London going on because of the imposition of the housing benefit cap. I stress the point that a large number of people in receipt of housing benefit are working – albeit on low wages, but they are in work. The current situation is an utter disaster, but it does not have to be like this, and I hope that things can change. Germany, for example, has 60% of its housing provided by the private rented sector. Germany has permanent tenancies and rent controls provided, and a tax regime that encourages good rather than bad management. Germany has a much more stable community and society as a result. I hope to introduce a Private Member’s Bill to bring about regulation, rent controls, decency and, above all, security in good-quality homes for those living in private rented accommodation. This is a serious issue that must be faced for a large number of people in this country.”


The next Landlord & Letting Show – the UK’s Number 1 event for private rented sector professionals comes to

The Barbican, London

Tuesday 4th September 2012 & Wednesday 5th September 2012.

SECC, Glasgow, 10-11th October 2012

Wednesday 10th October 2012 & Thursday 11th October 2012

Stoneleigh Park, Coventry, 28-29th November 2012

Wednesday 28th November 2012 & Thursday 29th November 2012


The shows give landlords, letting agents and all associated property professionals access to the best advice, information, products and service deals in the industry.

 Why Attend?
Whatever your involvement in property, our shows are guaranteed to deliver everything you need to help you succeed: keep up-to-date with all the latest legislation; find the best products and service deal on the market; get advice and information from leading players in the industry; network with other property professionals.
What exactly does each show have to offer?
Each of our events offers: a comprehensive product and services exhibition; seminar rooms covering a wide range of topics delivered by leading industry experts; access to information from associations and government bodies; confidential advice clinics.
Who should attend?
Anyone involved in property, either on a professional or personal basis, will benefit greatly from attending, no matter what their level of experience: landlords, prospective landlords, letting agents, investors, developers, service providers and more.

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The UK Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has issued new guidance for landlords and letting agents to control the threat of legionnaire’s disease to tenants.

The HSE want landlords or their managing agents, to carry out risk assessments for legionnaire’s disease, and if necessary, take action.

The revised Approved Code of Practice: “Legionnaires’ disease: The control of legionella bacteria in water systems,” underlines the legal requirements for landlords and managing agents to ensure that the potential risk to tenants from exposure to the legionella bacteria from all water systems in UK PRS residential rental properties is controlled.

The new guidance insists that landlords and property management / lettings agents must carry out risk assessments to identify and assess potential sources of exposure, and steps take to prevent or control any risk that is identified and record details on all aspects of their risk assessment controls, keeping records for at least five years.

Landlords and property managing agents need to be aware that the legionella bacteria can thrive and multiply in hot or cold water systems and storage tanks, and be spread throughout the property by showers and taps.

Risk assessments should include assessing whether conditions are right for bacteria to flourish and the following items should all be checked or inspected:

  • In water temperatures between 20C and 45C.
  • Water Storage Tanks, (inc header tanks)
  • Thermostatic mixing valves
  • Debris in the system
  • Infrequently used outlets
  • Areas of stagnant water

Steps taken to control the threat of legionnaire’s disease include disinfecting the system, ensuring water cannot stagnate anywhere, insulating all pipework, and keeping water tanks and cisterns free of debris and covered at all times.

Tenants should also be advised about potential risks and told to take precautions such as flushing through showers they rarely use.

Anyone with concerns can contact their local Health and Safety Executive (HSE) office or Local Authority Environmental Health Department.

Landlord & Lettings Awards 2011 - - Finalist - Best Website are nominated finalists for best website at this years Landlord & Lettings Awards are nominated finalists for best website at this years Landlord & Lettings Awards

Manchester based property investment and landlord resource website, have again been shortlisted as a finalist for 2011/12 in the Website category of the prestigious Landlord & Letting Awards.

Oliver Romain, editor of Landlord & Buy-to-Let magazine and lead judge for the Awards, commented: “The Landlord & Letting Awards are the premier nationwide private rented sector awards in the UK, and it’s great to be able to recognise and reward the best in the industry. This year’s response was phenomenal, with over 1,000 entries received across the various categories, so Mike and Rachel Clarke have done brilliantly to be shortlisted with again.”  

The winners for each category will be announced at a gala dinner – hosted by property investor and TV presenter Melissa Porter – being held at the Concourse Suite, Birmingham NEC, Wednesday 16th November, 2011.

Mike Clarke from said: “We were beaten finalists last year and are again really thrilled to reach the shortlisted stage in the judging process: It really is nice to be regarded highly by your peers for providing a valuable service combined with quality content. Being finalists for 2 years in succession is a great testament to all the hard work and commitment we have put in over the last 2 years. We are keeping our fingers crossed that we are lucky enough to walk away with the winner’s trophy this year!”

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It’s the time of year again to get nominations in for the prestigeous Landlord and Letting Awards.

My Property Power Team have been entered again this year into the website catagory and we would be grateful if you could show your support and nominate us.

Last year we were fotunate to be one of the finalists in a very strong field for Best Website and this year we would like to go one better!

We need your help!

We are proud to provide you with the most comprehensive and up to date details of the UK Property Networking Events, supply regular and sometimes exclusive articles straight into your inbox without bombarding you with spam and sales messages and up to the minute news via our Forum ‘Spotlight’.

We hope that you feel pleased with the media service we supply and thank you in advance for your nomination.

CLICK HERE NOW to go directly to the nominations page. Nominations close tomorrow at 5pm (02/09/11)

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 September sees the doors open on the UK’s premier private rented sector show

 The 20th Landlord & Letting Show comes to Olympia Conference Centre on Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th September 2011, offering free access to even more advice, information and industry professionals than ever before.

Oliver Romain, managing director of show organisers Accession Exhibitions & Publishing said: “our shows have always been renowned for their quality and scope of information and diversity of exhibitors and we expect this one to be no exception.”

 Visitors to the have access to the widest ever range of the industry’s leading product and service providers, offering everything from furniture and tenant finding services to lettings and legal advice.

 There will also be the opportunity to have confidential questions answered by industry experts in the recently launched 1-2-1 Advice Clinic. Booking is not required; simply come along and voice your queries to our experienced advisors.

 Over 35 free to attend seminars are also on offer. Romain commented: “the free seminars have always proved popular with visitors: where else can you access free information on such a diverse selection of subjects?” Topics cover everything from legislation and landlord licensing to property management techniques and top tips.

 Book free* show tickets now at and discover why landlords, letting agents and associated professionals keep returning year on year to benefit from this truly dedicated event.

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Free Tickets to the 20th Landlord & Lettings Show

Show Opening times:

Wednesday 7 September 10.00am – 5.30pm

Thursday 8 September 10.00am – 5.00pm

 * On the day entry without a ticket: £10 per person (Under 18’s free)

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