#ExpertView: Ten topics to help you become a better landlord (or letting agent)

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In this week’s #ExpertView blog, Tessa Shepperson, founder of Landlord Law, provides ten tips for successful tenancies. 

I have been writing for the TDS blog for some time now and they tell me the posts from last year about good practice for landlords are very popular.

I have therefore combined and updated the series into a small ebook to allow you to see them all in one place. 

You can download the ebook for free from here

The Landlord Law Conference

My company Landlord Law Services also runs the annual Landlord Law Conference which is sponsored by TDS (and has been since the very first conference in 2013).  

I am offering a discount to TDS blog readers and you will find the coupon code to allow you to claim it in the ebook.

The conference takes place on 18 May 2018 and offers 10 half-hour talks all from legal experts.  It’s an excellent way to get up-to-date with the law in just one day!

Download the ebook (with your discount offer) here.

Further information on this and other topics can be found on my Landlord Law Blog at www.landlordlawblog.co.uk . 


These views are those of the author alone and do not necessarily reflect the view of TDS, its officers and employees. Content is correct at the time of writing.


Tessa Shepperson

Tessa is a lawyer specialising in landlord & tenant law and runs the popular Landlord Law online service for landlords.


About TDS:

Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) is a government approved scheme for the protection of tenancy deposits; TDS offers both Insured and Custodial protection and also provides fair adjudication for disputes that arise over the tenancy deposits that we protect.

We provide invaluable training in tenancy deposit protection and disputes for agents and landlords through the TDS Academy as well as joining with MOL to provide the Technical Award in Residential Tenancy Deposits.

TDS Insured Scheme: where a TDS member can hold the tenancy deposits as stakeholder during the term of the tenancy.

TDS Custodial Scheme: where TDS hold the deposit for the duration of the tenancy.

TDS Academy: TDS provides property professionals with invaluable training in tenancy deposit protection and tenancy deposit disputes.

TDS can only comment on the process for our scheme, other deposit protection schemes may have a different process/require different steps. Content is correct at the time of writing.

Posted by Tessa Shepperson on 18 April 2018

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