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    Government Plan to Shelve Land Registry Sell Off, the Right Step

Government Plan to Shelve Land Registry Sell Off, the Right Step

 

Andre Lloyd, Managing Director of Search Acumen, says the government’s reported plan to abandon its initial decision to privatize Land Registry is laudable and will serve the common interest.

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By |September 29th, 2016|News|Comments Off on Government Plan to Shelve Land Registry Sell Off, the Right Step

Low EPC Rating Could Cost Landlords Fines of £150k

From the 1st of April, 2018, landlords could face fines of up to £150,000 if their rented property falls below the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) introduced in March 2016. Continue reading “Low EPC Rating […]

By |August 25th, 2016|Landlords, News|Comments Off on Low EPC Rating Could Cost Landlords Fines of £150k

Buy-to-let Market Survives Brexit Storm

According to a recent report released by ARLA, the rental market remained quite stable following Britain’s decision to leave the European Union last month.

Shortly after the Brexit poll, the buy-to-let market is steady with little or no change in […]

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First-Home Buyers Experience Record Price Rise in UK

Reports from a recent survey by estate agency Your Move and Reeds Rains show that first-time home buyers in the UK may have to break the bank in order to buy a house, even though the market has been […]

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Housing Industry Reacts To Brexit

Britain’s exit from the EU has brought a lot of uncertainty to the UK housing market. Here are comments from industry experts as they give their takes on how the market has reacted to the “Leave” vote.

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Landlords as Divided as the Rest of the UK on Brexit Vote

Just under one in three (30%) landlords were undecided until very late as to whether to vote leave or remain in the EU in the UK referendum on Thursday. This was the finding of a survey conducted by the […]

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Are Prices Rising Too Fast in the East of England?

Sharp Year on Year Increase

Recent figures show that the East of England has become the prime market in the UK property industry. The region’s property market has seen the sharpest increase in asking prices in the UK, which has […]

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    4 THINGS EASTBOURNE LANDLORDS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE BUY-TO-LET TAX CHANGES

4 THINGS EASTBOURNE LANDLORDS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE BUY-TO-LET TAX CHANGES

Buy-to-let investment may no longer be as profitable a venture as it used to be in the UK. That’s because the government is introducing new tax changes that will change some of the financial implications of running your buy-to-let […]

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Number of UK Landlords on Steady Rise

The number of landlords in the UK rose to reach 1.75 million in 2013-2014, up 7 percent from 2012-2013 which was 1.63 million.

The figures released by estate agent ludlowthompson from analysis of Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs records also […]

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    Rental prices rapidly rose in 2015 compared to the previous 4 years

Rental prices rapidly rose in 2015 compared to the previous 4 years

In 2015, rental prices right across England and Wales rose rapidly. It was a great year for landlords, as rental prices grew more rapidly than any other period in the previous four years.
Even though there were significant decreases in […]

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