The ?ultimate guide? for landlords has been published by Harriman House.
The Landlord?s Handbook, endorsed by the Residential Landlords Association, has been written by Residential Landlord editor Leon Hopkins, who has drawn on the hard won experience of the website?s many faithfuls.
?Letting property can be financially rewarding, but to be successful landlords must grapple with finance, tax and business decisions, human relationships, and with a mountain of rules and regulations that have become increasingly demanding?, he says.
The Landlord?s Handbook is described by Harriman House as succinct and thorough in its approach - the ?ultimate guide? to staying on top of all that landlords need to know and to making a long-term success of property letting.
The RLA said nobody should become a landlord without it.
Published this week, The Landlord?s Handbook is available in bookshops and for online purchase (visit www.harriman-house.com). Copies will also be available at a special show price of £10 at Residential Landlord?s stand at the Property Investor Show which is being held at the Excel Centre this weekend (stand number 348 - for free tickets click here).
?My central message is that to get the most out of letting and to avoid the many pitfalls involved, letting must be treated in a businesslike way?, says Hopkins. ?My aim throughout was to help make life as a landlord a little easier?.
The Landlord?s Handbook: An essential guide to successful residential letting is published by Harriman House, priced £12.99 ? ISBN 9780857190185.