5 Reasons A Landlord should have a Power of Attorney
1. They’re Simple to Set Up
You can do them yourself on Gov.uk for under £90.
2. Protect Your Assets
If you were unable to sign or talk what would happen when you need a new mortgage or sell a property?
3. Protect your Tenants
Tenants regularly need updated agreements. Make sure someone else can step in if you’re unable.
4. Peace of Mind
The last thing you want to be thinking about is work when you’re trying to recover.
5. They’re easy to update
You can add backups and new executors whenever you like.
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