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Exeter HMO Licence – HMO Advice

HMO Advice’s unique HMO Licensing Services Exeter are designed to help local landlords achieve compliance with complex Exeter HMO licence requirements.

 

HMO Licence Exeter

Call us now to see how we can help you.

020 3950 8834 for London properties,  

0330 1137 267 for UK properties.

Under current national HMO legislation, all properties let to five tenants or more forming more than just one household and sharing basic amenities (such as, for example, a kitchen, toilet and/or bathroom) must be licensed.

 

While this naturally applies to all Exeter properties subject to HMO licensing Exeter landlords must also:

 

  • Comply with Exeter HMO Licensing Standards
  • Acquire their licenses via their local councils –many of which have put additional licensing schemes into action.

 

This can make the already rather complex process of acquiring an HMO licence in Exeter even more complicated, stressful and confusing.

 

HMO Licensing Services Exeter

 

Having successfully navigated Exeter HMO licensing’s intricate maze of red tape, local bureaucracy and various additional schemes as landlords ourselves, we here at HMO Advice have the experience and know-how to help local landlords obtain their licences without undue stress, confusion and delays.

 

To learn more, contact our HMO Licensing Services Exeter team by e-mail: info@hmo-advice.co.uk, telephone: 0330 1137 267 or online today.

What is a HMO?

A HMO is basically a ‘house in multiple occupation’. In other words, it is a complete house/flat that is let to 3 tenants or more who are:

  • Forming 2 or more households*
  • Sharing a kitchen, bathroom and/or toilet

*See HERE for more detailed information and a definition of what constitutes a household.

Do I require a HMO Licence?

Whether a HMO licence is required for a property varies between councils and depends on whether your relevant local council operates an additional licensing scheme. Our HMO Guidance Service could be the perfect solution for you. Are you unsure if an HMO license is required? Learn more HERE.

What Happens if I Fail to Apply for a HMO Licence?

Failure to obtain a HMO licence is a punishable offence and may result in prosecution with potentially serious penalties and sanctions. You can find more detailed information on the possible consequences of failing to obtain a licence HERE.

How Can I Get a HMO Licence?

Obtaining a HMO Licence is a 4-step process involving:

  • Assessment of Your Property According to Your Local Authority’s Standards
  • Licence Application
  • Upgrading Your Property Where Required
  • Signing Off

Learn more HERE.

For more detailed information and/or to discuss your specific needs, please do not hesitate to call our representatives on Tel.: 020 3950 8834 today.

You can also contact us and specify how you would like to be responded to, either by phone or email.

For more advice and assistance, You can find answers to many commonly asked questions on our ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ page.