Saturday, 16 January 2021
small time landlords

Small time landlords exiting the industry

The property market in the UK has undergone some fairly significant fluctuations over the course of the last half-century, with the two decades following...
What does let agreed mean

What does “Let Agreed” actually mean?

In this article, find out what the proccess is for landlords and tenants when a property becomes "let agreed" and the next steps...

Are You a First Time Landlord? Here are Tips for You

Being a landlord, managing a property that you want to let can turn out to be a time consuming and often complicated job, especially...

Five Reasons To Invest in Student Property As A Landlord

Despite university fees rising as high as £9,000 per year for some institutions, the amount of students going to university hasn’t slowed down, and...

A Fresh Take on Staging a Rental Property

Putting your time and effort into staging your home will not only bring you top dollar when you sell it, but it will also...
Property maintenance and repairs

Property maintenance and repairs – The 6 types of handymen professionals

The image of traditional handymen, ingrained in the minds of many, is that of the jack of all trades but a master of none,...

T is for Tax | Taxation for U.K. Investment Properties

The type of tax and specific rates payable on income received from rents and proceeds of sale of residential investment property vary across the...
Make Your Rental Property More Durable

10 Ways to Make Your Rental Property More Durable

It’s in both a landlord’s and tenant’s best interests if a rental property is as durable as possible. So what can you do to...
maintenance tips for landlords

5 maintenance tips for landlords

Whether you’re letting out a new-build property or a home built in a bygone era, keeping your asset well-maintained should be every landlord’s priority....

L is for Legislation | Laws Landlords Should Be Aware Of

2016 was a busy year for landlord and tenant regulation, with a number of new measures and requirements introduced, perhaps most notably Right to...