Barnsley Residential landlord Association
Barnsley Residential landlord Association, also known as Barnsley RLA, was Founded in 1996 by a small click of local Barnsley Landlord. They wanted to better their management skills.
It was set up to help members keep up with new government legislation, especially with an ever-changing private letting sector.
The Association has grown rapidly through regular meetings due to their hard work helping and equipping their members with skill and training.
Helping Private sector landlords, small and corporate from creating tenancy agreements to advice on eviction notices, tenancies, inventory.
Training is essential for its members to deal with efficient taxation and income and expenditure essential management.
The Barnsley RLA take on board its members comments and adapt as required to the local requirement.
Rent a property during COVID-19 has been challenging for even the seasoned landlord. The Association has been advising responsible landlords right through the COVID-19 period.
Expert advice for the landlord community in Barnsley has been in high demand. The eviction notice period and the eviction process has been confusing for most in the letting industry.
Most members have experienced defaulting tenant with serious rent arrears. What form to use and how to deal with rent arrears has been one of the single challenges for many in the property letting sector.
The Association has an excellent relationship with key members in the Barnsley Councils housing department.
For most private landlords who are members, this is helpful.
Prospective landlords in Barnsley have the option to join the Association. They will have access to free legal advice via the member’s telephone helpline.
With a raft of new legislation, including taxation changes, local landlords appreciate the support of the Barnsley BRLA.
Members can continue their professional development, improve the quality of their properties, keep up to date with new and changing legislation, and improve their management skills.
The Association helps its members with property standards, including energy efficiency issues.
BRLA runs voluntarily and is managed by a resolute and experienced group of volunteer members.
Its Officers are subject to re-election each year. They are responsible for conducting the Association’s business professionally and adequately. Overall this is a good well run association, credit to its committee members.
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