Landlords with properties to let
We need you!
Private renting access schemes are always looking for local landlords with decent quality properties to let to households in housing need. There are many advantages for landlords working with a scheme, not least the support managing paperwork and setting up rent payments, in providing a bond deposit and in supporting both the tenant and yourself to prevent any difficulties arising.
Every scheme operates differently and will offer a tailored range of services to the landlords it works with. You can find a scheme near to you by using our online searchable database.
About the NLA
The National Landlords Association (NLA) is an advisory member of the Crisis PRS Access Development Programme supporting the development of PRS Access schemes across England. The NLA seeks to raise standards in the private rented sector while aiming to ensure that landlords are aware of their statutory rights and responsibilities. With over 20,000 members, ranging from full-time landlords with large property portfolios to those with just a single letting, the NLA helps landlords make a success of their lettings business by providing a wide range of information, advice and services, such as the NLA Advice Line and the Online Library which is an e-based development facility.
Through its network of more than 50 landlord-representatives across the UK, the NLA provides free and regular meetings for all landlords to find out more about the sector. More information on the regional side of the NLA can be found on the NLA website.
Crisis would encourage any landlord to become a member of any such representative and professional organisation which can help to develop your letting skills.
- Landlord responsibilities from the Crisis Private Renting Toolkit
- Landlord handbook from the Accreditation Network UK