Information About IHOWZ
iHowz is a UK based landlord association that used to be known as Southern Landlords Association.
iHOWZ traces its roots back to 1974 when a group of landlords in Brighton, West Sussex, banded together to represent their local authority views.
They cover the South of England and are a regional association, unlike some of the other associations, which are local or national ones like the British Landlords Association.
Now the same council turns to the association to help formulate its plans.
How can I join Ihowz?
To private landlords, iHOWZ is one of the most well-known landlord associations in the UK. iHowz represents private landlords’ well as its corporate member’s views at central and local Government. They offer single, joint and corporate membership, which includes letting agents.
It is one of the few associations that tailors for tenants and provides useful information for renters too.
The association has members who can be a private landlords or corporate member, like a limited company or letting agent. IHOWZ offer numerous benefits to its members, including a member legal advice helpline.
They can advise on a wide range of topics, from eviction notices eviction processes, deposits, and unfair regulations.
The advice line is run by fellow professional landlords who have a good understanding of the private rental sector.
This help members to run their businesses properly; keep landlords updated with appropriate information; negotiate trade discounts; enable and encourage networking.
If required, we will take a robust opposition to any proposals but prefer to discuss and negotiate.
Many landlord associations do similar, but iHowz is Not-For-Profit and exists purely to help, not make a profit nor pay directors large sums.
Additional benefits include:
- Free Landlord Advice Line
- All Required Documents
- Regular Legal & Regulatory Updates
- Discounted Property Insurance
- Free Tax Investigation Insurance
- Weekly #ihowznews Articles
- Quarterly Magazine
Like other associations, you have access to residential landlords’ documents like tenancy agreement templates and guides for members and tenants.
They publish landlord news each quarterly via their member’s magazine, and you can also access their landlord blog via their website.
The British Landlords Association is a free national landlords association; why not join us today for free?
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