Article posted: 28 March 2012
If you intend to use your property portfolio as part of your pension fund, as 81% of British landlords plan to do, then you need to take account of the possible pitfalls.
The National Landlords Association has warned that letting a property is far more complicated than contributing to a pension.
It attracts a number of legal obligations and is governed by numerous regulations.
Whether you are an amateur landlord or a professional, you should consider taking out landlord’s house insurance.
The right kind of policy can help you deal with a range of issues, from rent arrears to property damage.