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  • Wanted & Recommendations

    Residential or National Landlord Association?

    Hi , just a really quick question! I'm looking to join as a member to either the residential landlord association or the national landlord association.

    I will be using either service for things like help with contracts and other documents.

    Just wanted a show of hands from you guys to see which one you would recommend?

    any help and replies are always helpful !

    il keep this short message short and sweet ,

    Many thanks

    Christie

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    I've only registered with NLA in the last year and so far I've not been impressed. However having not used RLA it is difficult to compare. 

    Remember there is BLA (British Landlord Association) as well. I believe they are free but could be wrong. You can always start with them to see if you like them and see if it meets your requirements; otherwise move onto the other main ones
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    Saagar

    Disclaimer: I have no legal expertise nor am I a qualified advisor on any subject. A humble landlord using an open forum to exchange ideas and experiences. 

    thanks for the reply ! thanks for the heads up on the NLA ive heard similar stories from a few other people so ive decided to go ahead with the RLA and see how that goes.

    Thanks!

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    I’ve been an RLA member for several years, suits me.
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    I have been with NLA but not that impressed, even though am paying NLA, I have got better advice from PIMS for free - so considering changing.

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    Who are PIMS?
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    Saagar

    Disclaimer: I have no legal expertise nor am I a qualified advisor on any subject. A humble landlord using an open forum to exchange ideas and experiences. 

    Hi Christie,

    Property Tribes is partnered with the Residential Landlords Association and our members benefit from a 25% discount.



    Each landlord association has a slightly different "flavour", so why not join both?  It's tax deductible and you get the best of both worlds. Smile

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    amazing ! thanks for your reply I've just joined the RLA and saved 25% , every little helps Smile 

    thanks once again.

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    why not join Both

    I have been a NLA member since they started

    and this year I joined the RLA

    the important thing is all landlords should join one of them

    Its the only voice we have so its better than nothing

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    Learn Change and Adapt ?????

    All comments are for casual information purposes only. If you wish to rely on any advice I have given please ensure you obtain independent specialist advice from a third party. No liability is accepted for comments made.

    Thanks for the advice ! I've decided to join the RLA and save 25% as I'm a property tribes user. I'll see how it goes but will bare in mind what you said about joining both.

    Thanks!

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    Can someone please give me some examples where they have benefited by joining one of these associations?

    Genuinely curious.

    I always keep up-to-date with property/landlord news and if there is something I don't know, I reach out to other landlords or have a discussion on here. Can't see what I would gain by paying to join one of these organisations.


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