Free Landlord Service – LandlordPal

LandlordPal provides a free unlimited reminder service to landlords solving the following problems:

Busy Landlords are forgetting to renew important services or renewing them late exposing themselves to legal and financial risks!

By renewing at the last minute or allowing automated renewals, landlords are losing opportunities to shop around for the best deals on services!

Property management is becoming an increasing burden on Landlords!

Landlord Pal is a completely free, simple-to-use reminder service for Landlords.

  • FREE account setup. No subscription or charges!
  • Register an unlimited number of properties!
  • Choose your reminders and get notifications up to a month in advance.
  • Your data is secure. We will never pass on your details to any third party.
  • Designed to help Landlords manage any size of the property portfolio
  • We will negotiate with landlord services companies to notify you of the best deals!
  • Suitable for commercial and residential landlords

Landlord Pal allows landlords to personalise their reminders for rental properties simply and for free in one place! With this service, landlords will never forget an insurance renewal or be late for a gas safety certificate. They can also choose their unlimited reminders for unlimited properties.

Once a Landlord registers a property (e.g. 41 Smithy St), they get a bespoke email prompt up to a month beforehand reminding them about all the essential landlord deadlines they have chosen reminders for (e.g. when a gas safety certificate is due or when their home insurance needs renewing).

Check out the landlord-pal website for more information. It is a free service, and subscribers’ details are secure and never shared. This service will make any landlord’s job easier and less stressful.

Landlord Pal is a proud member of the British Landlords Association.

If you are not a member of the British Landlord Association, Why not join us today?

The British Landlords Association is a national landlords association.

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