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Good evening all. I am a new investor, in Glasgow. I have a four bed flat in Hillhead and a five bed which I am in the process of acquiring. I am entering the HMO market, setting up a limited company and intend to grow a portfolio. I was formally a litigation solicitor in the property/landlord and tenant sector. It is fair to say that the Scottish residential letting sector is nervous of the new PRT regime (Private Rented (Tenancies) (Scotland) Act 2016). Short Assured Tenancy agreements are a thing of the past (unless your tenant is already signed up to one,....for now). Th
Hi Everyone I was just wanting to know what Scottish Landlords thought of the new Private Residential Tenancy Agreement ("PRT") and the associated new rules brought in by the Private Housing (Tenancies) (Scotland) Act 2016, which are due to come into force for the 01 December 2017?The PRT will replace AST and ATs. Has anyone thought about the issues associated with the new rules and anyway to get round them to make them more favourable to Landlords? I have been thinking about these and noted the below issues: 1. Removal of the no fault eviction