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Have you heard about Rent Smart Wales? If   you   haven’t   and   you   are   a   Landlord   with   a   property   in   Wales,   read on: New   regulations   that   came   into   force   on   23/11/2016   mean   you   now need    to    become    a    Registered    Landlord .    If    you    manage    the property    yourself    you    need    to    be        trained    AND    licensed.    This applies   even   if   you   look   after   a   property   for   a   friend   or   a   family member. But with Pathway Lettings you don’t have to worry: We’ll   help   you   register   and   answer   any   questions   you   may   have about Rent Smart Wales. If   you   choose   us   as   your   managing   agent   we’ll   register   you   for   free and   your   training   and   licensing   will   be   covered   under   our   agency registration.
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Landlords Under the Housing (Wales) Act 2014, there are new legal obligations on landlords who have rental property in Wales.  Landlords operating anywhere in Wales can comply with the new law by completing the appropriate application. Any   landlord   who   has   a   rental   property   in   Wales   which   is   rented   on   an   assured,   assured   shorthold   or   regulated tenancy   is   required   to   register.      Depending   on   how   a   property   is   owned   will   determine   who   needs   to   register   it.      All registrations are done with Rent Smart Wales.  Landlords   who   are   not   involved   in   setting   up   tenancies   and   managing   their   rental   properties   do   not   need   a   licence; however   they   must   use   a   licensed   agent   and   register   as   a   landlord   declaring   their   agent   on   the   registration.      Landlords who   do   undertake   letting   and   management   tasks   at   their   rental   properties   in   Wales   are   required   to   apply   for   a   licence.     Such landlords are often described as 'self-managing'. find out more on https://www.rentsmart.gov.wales/en/
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