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When everyone has a home

Housing advice for Northern Ireland

Tools to help landlords

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

Landlords who are worried about the impact of coronavirus on their tenancies should read our Frequently Asked Questions and contact Landlord Advice on 028 9024 5640 for help with further queries. Book now to attend a free Landlord Advice webinar setting out the impact of coronavirus on your rights and responsibilities and including a question and answer session, 

Keep copies of all communication between you and your tenants. It's a good idea to keep a folder of information relating to each tenancy, so that you have everything together in one place. If you do end up in a dispute with your tenants, you will need to be able to provide evidence to a court to show your side of the story.

The following checklists and letters can help you to manage your rental business and communicate effectively with your tenants.

Checklists and flowcharts

Sample documents

Guidance

Communicating with your tenants

Ending a tenancy

Deposit

Advice for landlords in Northern Ireland

This page is for landlords operating in Northern Ireland.  You can find advice for tenants elsewhere on our website. Private landlords in Northern Ireland can call Landlord Advice on 028 9024 5640 and choose option 5.