What does Boris Johnson have in store for landlords?
As Boris Johnson settles into No. 10 as the new Prime Minister, the media and landlord forums are alive with debate about how he will address the many issues and challenges facing the housing sector.
The future of the buy-to-let market
Worried about the future of the buy-to-let market? Despite the past difficulties faced by landlords, the buy-to-let market seems to be on the way to recovery.
5 House Checks Before Going On Holiday
These are the essential pre-holiday house checks that you should be doing to keep your rental home is safe, secure & in full working order in your absence.
The aftermath of the letting fees ban
The long-awaited start date of the UK letting fees ban has now been and gone. In the lead up to the letting agent fees ban coming into effect there was much speculation about how it would affect renters, landlords and agents alike.
Investing in HMOs
Running a property as a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) has grown in popularity because they typically deliver significantly higher yields than a property rented out as a whole dwelling; but there are licensing and stricter regulation.
Selling A Property With or Without Tenants
When you're selling a rental property, you can either sell it with tenants in situ or untenanted. Both options have benefits & drawbacks, so which one is best for you?
The Lowdown On The Lettings Agent Fees Ban
June 2019 marks the start of the letting agent fees ban. To prep you for the change, we’ve summarised what the ban means for tenants, landlords and agents.
The Rise of Buy-To-Let Mortgages For Older Borrowers
Thinking of investing in a buy-to-let property as a retiree? Here’s what you can do if you’re an older landlord wanting to get on the buy-to-let market.
Digital Landlords: How Technology is Changing the Property Landscape
Online property platforms and the latest technology have streamlined property and tenant management, making letting easier than ever. See how it can help you.
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