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FREE Help For Landlords


9:03am 28th November 2014

Landlords in Weymouth and Portland can now get FREE advice to keep up to date with all the latest developments in the industry.

The Landlords and Local Authority Partnership is also offering help to letting agencies and property managers, so they can make sure they keep up required standards and practices.

The scheme is being run by West Dorset District Council and will put on at least two seminars a year as well as giving members the opportunity to get priority access to grants and loans.

Cllr Robert Gould, Leader of West Dorset District Council, said: "This will be a very valuable scheme for West Dorset landlords to be involved in.

"I would encourage those in the private rented sector to sign up and receive great benefits such as free seminars, newsletters and the latest information relevant to them."

Cllr Kevin Brookes, Brief holder for Housing at Weymouth & Portland Borough Council, said: "We want to help landlords in Weymouth and Portland access a whole host of benefits.

"The scheme is free to join and recognises responsible landlords who manage good quality housing."

Landlords interested in joining or for more information can CLICK HERE.

The council also says membership will demonstrate a commitment to good standards and practice and provide an opportunity to share the collective knowledge and experience of landlords and letting agents in the area.

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