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By joining you will become a member of the largest association of Landlords in the UK. It will give you access to an ever growing list of free documents, tutorials and advice kits and a community of fellow buy to let investors to whom you ask your landlord questions and answer those posted by others.

Why should you join as a member of The Landlord Association?

The Landlord Association is the largest organisation of its kind in the UK. Providing landlords with free support is our passion. Becoming a member of The Landlord Association and is free of charge and once registered you will benefit from the following services:

  1. Free support and help relating to any issue you may have concerning your tenancy or tenant via the LIVE FAQ section
  2. Access to many free forms and documents including Tenancy Agreements and Inventory Forms
  3. Access to the events Diary of upcoming landlord events, shows and seminars across the UK
  4. Access to a wide range of Legal & Law guidance informing you of your responsibilities as a landlord
  5. Use of many tutorials and kits covering a range of topics including the 'New Landlord' tutorial, 'Manage Your Own Property' Kit, 'The Credit Crunch' Kit and the 'Problem Tenants' Kit.
  6. Exclusive offers, price reductions and promotions from companies targeting landlords.  Your data will never be passed to any third party organisations.  Find out more here.
  7. Plus much more - join and take a tour of the site and the rest of the services we offer.

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