Private Landlords – Getting Advice and Support from Landlord Accreditation Scotland

 

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What do they do?

Landlord Accreditation Scotland (LAS) is a voluntary scheme set up to promote and support landlords and letting agents in Scotland by accrediting their property management skills. The scheme is run by landlords for landlords.

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LAS Aims to:

  • promote best practice and continuous improvement of standards in the private rented sector in Scotland
  • provide tenancy management advice to landlords and letting agents giving tenants reassurance that they can expect their landlord or letting agent to operate high management standards through an ongoing programme of training throughout the country

 

Who recognises accredited landlords and letting agents?

LAS works in partnership with local authorities across Scotland, to maximise contact with all Scottish landlords and agents. Local authorities recognise that those who have chosen to meet accreditation standards are those providing the best service for tenants in that area. The Scottish Government supports the aims and objectives of LAS, and recognises the good practice of accredited landlords and agents.

What is the benefit of being accredited with LAS?

LAS offer Scottish landlords and letting agents a method of recognition in an industry where professionalism is paramount. By becoming accredited, you have access to a wide range of training, information and support documents, as well as regular email updates to help you provide the highest management standards.

Training & Information

LAS provide training on a wide range of topics aimed at all levels of knowledge and experience in the private rented sector. An example of course topics is as follows:

Core Standard Training

Level 1 Property Condition & Property Management                                                           Tenancy Management, Tenancy Agreement & Notices

Level 2 Managing Common Repairs                                                                                   Managing Tenant Complaints, Tenancy Agreements & Repossession

Best Practice Training

Dealing with Abandonment                                                                                                   Creating Inventories                                                                                                                   Health & Safety Requirements                                                                                             Landlord Tax

Contact:

Landlord Accreditation Scotland                                                                                   Hopetoun Gate, 8b McDonald Road,                                                                                        Edinburgh EH7 4LZ                                                                                                                         Tel: 0131 553 2211

Email: info@landlordaccreditationscotland.com

Web: www.landlordaccreditationscotland.com

 

 

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