UKALA membership enables lettings agents to grow and develop professionally, profitably and securely. Its comprehensive package of services and benefits include protection, business development, accreditation, training, information and marketing support.
Not just different, better!
In an expanding private-rented sector, landlords and tenants increasingly need a letting agent that offers quality of service and peace of mind.
At the same time, letting agents are seeking ways to successfully, and cost-effectively promote their services to both landlords and tenants.
We offer a similar range of services to other associations, but what sets UKALA apart from other representative bodies is the business benefit deriving from our unique relationship with the National Landlords Association (NLA).
Latest News and Press Releases
UKALA believes that the private-rented sector can only function effectively if policy makers recognise the needs and interests of those living and working within it. However, striking the right balance between the rights and responsibilities of those who rely on rented housing for their accommodation and those to whom it is an indispensable aspect of their business can be challenging.
Let Alliance and the UK Association of Letting Agents (UKALA) have today (10 January 2018) announced a strategic partnership which will bring total loss client money protection (CMP) insurance to UKALA members. The announcement means that consumers will be able to access total loss CMP cover through their letting agent for the first time, with existing Read more…
The NLA and UKALA have been contacted by the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) in relation to the work the Government is undertaking following the tragic events of the Grenfell Tower fire. Although it is unlikely that private residential landlords and agents will be directly connected with the ownership or block management of Read more…
The Government have launched a consultation on extending the mandatory licensing of houses in multiple occupation (HMO). They plan to make the following changes through secondary legislation.