Recent research from the National Landlords Association (NLA) has indicated that there are a few differences between the way male and female private landlords conduct their business.

Apparently, women property owners are more likely to treat those who sign tenancy agreements with them as customers.

In a statement released by the NLA, it was suggested that female landlords offer "better communication and a more supportive approach to dealing with their tenants", compared with their male counterparts.

The association has been releasing a lot of research material ahead of its Property Women Awards later this year.

This event has been organised to celebrate the contribution made to the sector by female property professionals in the UK.

As well as an overall Property Woman of the Year Award, there will be prizes for the most eco-friendly landlord and the Young Property Woman of the Year - the latter is being sponsored by the Association of Residential Letting Agents.

Written by Mark Garner
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