Coronavirus -Frequently Asked Questions from Landlords

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June 3, 2020 | Alison Eastwood

The coronavirus pandemic has made life as we knew it unrecognisable. As well as the personal implications for daily life, its impact is being felt more widely, including for landlords and how they manage their properties. Don’t struggle on your own, read answers to the most frequently asked questions from landlords HERE

How can The Bond Board help me?
The Bond Board has been advising landlords and Letting Agents in Greater Manchester on all aspects of renting and managing private rented tenancies for over 26 years. If you are struggling with a rental problem, there is no need to go it alone

During the Covid 19 crisis, we have restructured our landlord and tenants support services to focus on telephone and email support. However, we are still available to help can offer you free;

● Advice and support about managing your tenancies and resolving problems at an early stage.
● Landlord/Tenant Mediation to find a resolution that keeps everyone on board and the tenancy on track.
● Support services for your tenants to find solutions to common issues that put a tenancy at risk, including rent arrears, benefit problems, money problems and much more.
● Bond Guarantees and incentives in urgent situations, we may still be able to offer Bond Guarantees and other incentives to enable landlords to house those who are homeless or have an urgent need to move.

Contact our experienced and friendly team to discuss how we can help.

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