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    Landlords Want Tax Changes Reversed and a More Stable Market

Landlords Want Tax Changes Reversed and a More Stable Market

Unhappy with the tax changes that have been set rolling since the start of the year, most UK landlords who own rental properties have urged the government to overturn these changes, even as they have called for better stability […]

By |August 23rd, 2017|News|Comments Off on Landlords Want Tax Changes Reversed and a More Stable Market
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    Simple, Practical and Affordable Additions to Secure Your Home

Simple, Practical and Affordable Additions to Secure Your Home

Securing your home comprehensively is no longer an option, it’s a necessity. But, securing your home does not have to involve state-of-the-art security systems that cost a fortune. You can make simple, practical changes to your home to enjoy […]

By |May 2nd, 2017|News|Comments Off on Simple, Practical and Affordable Additions to Secure Your Home
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    Local Authorities Gain Fresh Powers to Stop Crooked Landlords

Local Authorities Gain Fresh Powers to Stop Crooked Landlords

A newly enforced legislation has provided local authorities in England the right to use necessary force to stop crooked landlords and agents.

It is a new opportunity for local housing authorities to charge up to £30,000 for failure of housing […]

By |April 13th, 2017|Landlords, News|Comments Off on Local Authorities Gain Fresh Powers to Stop Crooked Landlords

Do You Have The Right Relationship With Your Tenants?

The private rented sector of the housing market caters for a large number of people in the UK. Indeed, there are said to be about two million private landlords and about four million tenants. At the heart of […]

By |March 30th, 2017|News|Comments Off on Do You Have The Right Relationship With Your Tenants?
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    Landlords: 8 Home Improvement Tips to Boost Property Value and Make it Attractive to Tenants

Landlords: 8 Home Improvement Tips to Boost Property Value and Make it Attractive to Tenants

Your BTL property is probably an extremely important source of alternative income. With rental prices on the steady rise in the UK, property has assumed an even more pivotal role in the economy. The climate may be right for […]

By |March 3rd, 2017|Landlords|Comments Off on Landlords: 8 Home Improvement Tips to Boost Property Value and Make it Attractive to Tenants
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    Advice to Landlords on How to Ensure Tenants Care of Their Property

Advice to Landlords on How to Ensure Tenants Care of Their Property

Landlords and other stakeholders in the lettings industry have expressed concerns over the effects of troublesome tenants and how they can lead to a factitious relationship across the property lettings chain.  The impact of bad tenants sometimes translates to poor […]

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Christmas Home Security Tips

This Christmas season comes with the usual excitement, celebration, and earnest preparation for the holidays. However, amidst all this, Co-op Insurance is advising people to have a sense of safety and security especially with their homes and cars.

Local locksmith […]

By |December 22nd, 2016|News|Comments Off on Christmas Home Security Tips
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    A Look At How Brexit Could Affect Landlords & Rental Properties

A Look At How Brexit Could Affect Landlords & Rental Properties

Following June’s referendum outcome, the United Kingdom have announced that they are to leave the European Union just over 40 years after joining (what was then known as) the European Economic Community. With so much press and media coverage […]

By |December 22nd, 2016|Landlords|Comments Off on A Look At How Brexit Could Affect Landlords & Rental Properties
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    Brexit has not Affected the Rental Market Negatively, as Proven by Figures

Brexit has not Affected the Rental Market Negatively, as Proven by Figures

Before the EU referendum, there were several ominous warnings on the negative effect Brexit would pose for the rental market. The most significant was that property prices would take a dive due to reduced demand, even the ex-chancellor George […]

By |October 27th, 2016|News|Comments Off on Brexit has not Affected the Rental Market Negatively, as Proven by Figures
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    UK Landlords Fail in Attempt to Appeal Against the Tax Changes

UK Landlords Fail in Attempt to Appeal Against the Tax Changes

These haven’t been the best of times for UK Landlords. You may recall, early this year, the chancellor announced a new stamp duty surcharge of 3% on all buy-to-let properties worth more than £40,000 -which is almost all buy-to-let […]

By |October 27th, 2016|Landlords|Comments Off on UK Landlords Fail in Attempt to Appeal Against the Tax Changes