National Landlords Association freezes Tenant Check price
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The price of the Tenant Check service has been frozen by the National Landlords Association (NLA).
David Salusbury, chairman of the NLA, stated that it is vital landlords are able to find good tenants to live in their properties and said the news of the price of the facility not going up would be welcomed by those renting out homes.
Members of the NLA will be able to use Tenant Check for £8 for the basic model and £23 for a full report, while those landlords not affiliated to the organisation will have to pay £12 and £28 respectively.
"As landlords face an increasing amount of costs and the financial pressures brought on by the rise of VAT, the NLA Tenant Check price freeze will undoubtedly be welcome news for many landlords," commented Mr Salusbury.
In December, the NLA revealed that it was making a donation of £3,000 to Crisis in order to provide homeless people living in Newcastle with food and shelter on Christmas Day.
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