Can I get help from a Landlord forum?
Yes, a landlord forum is an excellent place to get help with such a variety of questions. You can ask almost any question you want, on any landlord related topic.
Members will help you and even talk about their own experiences. Landlords forums are an incredibly quick and efficient way to get a question answered.
As we have already stated above, if you have not got an answer to your question. You can ring the BLA helpline who will be able to answer your question.
How many Landlord forums are there in the UK?
We do not know the full number of landlord forums in the UK. The main landlord forums are listed below:
Do I have to register to join a landlord forum?
Nearly all forums you do have to join in order to use them. However, if you are just browsing you probably won’t need to join. You are not required to join the British landlords Association to use the BLA landlord forum. If you are interested in joining the BLA landlord forum, you may want to consider becoming a member of the British landlord’s association too.
The BLA membership is free; you can register online, which is a quick, easy process. Membership gives you access to many other resources, services, products, and you may want to browse or sign up for our daily online newspaper, specifically for UK & International landlords.
If you have a question and it has not been answered on a forum, as a member, you have free access to the BLA landlord helpline too.
The benefit of registering when using a landlord forum is, so, when someone answers your question; you get an email with the response. This saves time and avoids you having to check frequently to see if your question has been answered.
As a welsh landlord which forum is best?
For landlords in Wales, you have welsh landlord forums run by some of the local councils. You can visit the council website and navigate and find the forum.
However, other landlord forums cover wales too like the NRLA and the BLA.
As a Scottish Landlord which forum is best?
For landlords in Scotland, it is the Scottish Association of landlord (SAL). The SAL has a wealth of local experience and resources for Scottish landlords. If you cannot find the answer on the forum, they have a designated advice line for Scottish landlords too,
Are all forums free?
Most landlord forums are free; however, you will need to register before you can use them. You are required to follow the rules of the landlord forum, and anyone not following the rules, risks getting banned.
Which are the top landlord forums in the UK?
This is a matter of preference. To some extent, it depends on what sort of questions you are likely to ask. Some landlords forums are general forums which discuss a variety of general questions. Some forums are more specialist in the content, and its members seem to be more analytic.
Are landlord forums monitored?
Some are not, the main ones listed above are monitored and will have a moderator to route out abuse.
I am anxious I may face internet trolls
You shouldn’t worry too much about this. Keep your private information including your identity private, do not share your contact details freely. The main landlord forums tend to have moderators and are likely not to tolerate any abuse or nonsense. Forums are to provide a service and a pleasant experience for the members. The British Landlord Association landlord forum is rigorous in its policy when it comes to abuse of its rules.
Can I hide my identity while using a landlord forum?
Yes, you can. Most landlord forums tend to give you a username, you can make your user name up, and your identity does not need to be disclosed.
How to Search for an answer on the landlord’s Forums
The various forums work differently; each one is unique. The British Landlord Association landlords forum is set up to be easy, clean and user friendly.
So, you type out your question to post, while you do this, the forum will automatically display similar questions and answers. This usually saves visitor time on the British Landlords association forum.
As an alternative should you require quick free legal advice and you are not a member of any landlords association you can contact Landlord Advice UK which is a national company who run a free advice helpline for UK landlords 020 3903 2000 Email: admin@landlordadvice. co.ukHow many Landlord forums are there in the UK? Click To Tweet
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Author: Simon Hampton
Date: 10th of June 2020