Archives for Supporting Documents For Landlords

Keep Engaged in Continuing Professional Development

Keep Engaged in Continuing Professional Development If you have time available to you, you might consider some additional reading to keep up to date on the legislation that governs the private rented sector. IPOA are keen to provide tools and resources that help you build purposeful learning into the routine of your professional life. We have complied a series of articles which we will circulate to members on a weekly basis.   On return to ‘normal’ working practice the IPOA will continue to provide the Residential Landlord Course in Dublin and Cork. This course will be updated to feature many
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Consider Undertaking Projects on Your Property

Given the restrictions imposed and non-classification of our business as an essential service, there is much frustration in our reduced ability to function as Landlords. There is a gap in the ‘normal’ operation of a Landlord yet there is still work that we can do to be productive in this time. Consider Undertaking Projects on Your Property We understand that our business is not currently deemed an essential service, however, now may be the time to consider conducting potential projects on your property. Take note of any works that may need to be done. If you a have a vacant
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Know & Document the Details of your Tenancy

Given the restrictions imposed and non-classification of our business as an essential service, there is much frustration in our reduced ability to function as Landlords. There is a gap in the ‘normal’ operation of a Landlord yet there is still work that we can do to be productive in this time. Know your business inside out and review the details of your tenancy. Do you know when your tenancy commenced? Are you aware of when the Part 4 /Further Part 4 are coming to an end? Do you understand the significance of a Part 4 ending and the fact that
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Opportunity for Productive Work to Be Done – Record Keeping

Given the restrictions imposed and non-classification of our business as an essential service, there is much frustration in our reduced ability to function as Landlords. There is a gap in the ‘normal’ operation of a Landlord yet there is still work that we can do to be productive in this time. Record Receipts You could be missing out on tax rebates purely because your documentation is not in order. Keeping a record of everything is vitally important both for your own sake and the sake of your returns. Anything to do with the repair, cleaning or decorating of your property
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Opportunity for Productive Work to Be Done – Research Software/Apps

Given the restrictions imposed and non-classification of our business as an essential service, there is much frustration in our reduced ability to function as Landlords. There is a gap in the ‘normal’ operation of a Landlord yet there is still work that we can do to be productive in this time. Research – Software/Apps Available Now may be the time to research some of the software/Apps available to landlords, there is a variety of tools that condense all your payments, communications and paperwork into one place, making your recordkeeping organised, easy and accessible. For recommendations – contact info@ipoa.ie
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Opportunity for Productive Work to Be Done – Get Organised

Given the restrictions imposed and non-classification of our business as an essential service, there is much frustration in our reduced ability to function as Landlords. There is a gap in the ‘normal’ operation of a Landlord yet there is still work that we can do to be productive in this time. Get Organised  Whether you manage the property yourself or engage an agent – you must be organised and treat your letting as a business venture. Organisation skills are crucial for a landlord, being organised means keeping a record of all documents related to your tenants, property and finances. Everyone
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Rent Arrears Procedure and Notices

What Happens If Your Tenant Does Not Pay Rent? A tenant is required to pay their rent in full and on time until the tenancy ends even where a dispute has arisen with the landlord. If rent is not paid it is a breach of the Tenancy Agreement. If there is rent arrears in the first 6 months of a periodic tenancy or a fixed term tenancy with a break clause,  a landlord can serve a 28 day Notice of Termination without giving any reason. If there is a fixed-term tenancy in place (with no break clause) the below two
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