Saturday, 19 September 2020

Competition between landlords increasing in crowded student market

With an increasing number of students in the UK opting to spend term time living in privately owned halls of residence-style accommodation, landlords who...
letting agent

How to find a good letting agent

Once upon a time there was a couple - let's call them Jack and Jill -  who wanted to find the perfect property to...
Robert Holmes

Rents in London jump 8% in February

London landlords increased rents by an average of 8% in February compared with the same month last year after the supply of property available...
Why Should Landlords Invest in the Gardens of Rental Property?

Why Should Landlords Invest in the Gardens of Rental Property?

In this article, find out why landlords should be investing in the gardens of their rental properties, including adding value as well as tenant wellbeing...

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...

What Buy To Let Tax Changes Mean for Landlords and Property Investors

Property has long been seen as the safe way to invest, but changes to taxation on buy-to-let property means that many are now re-thinking...
What does the Budget mean for property

Resident vs. Non Resident Tax UK – Dividends

Being a landlord in the UK is great, whether this was by accident or fully intentional, there are many different tax implications that you...

How to evict squatters

Since squatting in residential buildings became a criminal offence in England and Wales on 1 October 2012, squatters have faced a maximum punishment of...

Council tax advice for landlords | Landlord Resources | #7

Landlords with empty properties could be missing out on claiming a 100% reduction in their council tax. Although rules allowing local authorities to charge the...