The Residential Landlords Association’s membership has hit a new high of 35,000.
Established in 1998 the not-for-profit association - which describes itself as Britain’s leading landlord body – has reached this new milestone less than two years after hitting the 30,000 mark.
Answering more than 66,000 calls to its helpline and live chat services in the last year, the association also trained more than 4,000 landlords, provided more than 350,000 template documents such as tenancy agreements to members and has a top, five-star Trustpilot rating.
In Parliament in 2018 - mostly during debates on the Tenant Fees Bill - the RLA’s work was quoted 49 times.
“This is a massive achievement for the RLA and a testament to the hard work and commitment of its team. In just over three years we have seen our ranks swelled by 15,000 landlords who are turning to us for help when it comes to navigating the increasingly challenging landscape of the private rental sector” says RLA chairman Alan Ward.
“We would like to extend a huge thank you to these members - and welcome our new recruits - and assure them we will continue our fight to support and represent them to make renting better.”
To mark the milestone the RLA is offering £35 off memberships until the end of February.