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Housing advice for Northern Ireland

Landlord registration

All landlords in Northern Ireland have to submit their details to a central register. Landlords of Houses in Multiple Occupation also need to register with the Housing Executive. Landlords should also consider joining an organisation that can provide professional support and advice to landlords.

There are a number of things you must consider before deciding to become a landlord. There can be a lot of initial expenditure and you will need to be able to dedicate a certain amount of time to your new business.

All landlords of private tenancies in Northern Ireland need to register. You can do this online, by telephone or in writing. You will have to pay a fee to register and you'll need to renew your registration every 3 years.

От февруари 2014 всички частни наемодателите трябва да дадат конкретна информация в електронен регистър на наемодателя.  За повече информация относно този регистър се обърнете към Дирекция Жилищни Права(Housing Rights)

 

This video explains some of the things landlords who rent out property in Northern Ireland must do to follow the law.  

All landlords in Northern Ireland must be registered. When you view a property ask for the landlord's registration number or check the online register to make sure that there is a registered landlord for this property.

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