As if your tax affairs were not tricky enough, HM Revenue and Customs have probably made them more complicated still.
Archive for 2018
A so-called ‘bungalow bungler’ landlord has been fined £371, 250 after building an illegal extension on his Harrow (London) bungalow.
For the overwhelming majority of people in the UK, suggests an article in Landlord Today on the 9th of April 2018, retirement income is likely to come from one of just two sources – property or…
Recent figures reveal that millions of British holidaymakers are opting for staycations this summer, boosting the holiday rental market.
A study says that increasing numbers of pensioners are facing a ‘huge challenge’ to their independence with a lack of suitable, single storey properties being built.
Have you finally had enough of cowering away this winter from assorted “beasts from the East”? Does a new financial year beckon you towards important business meetings and marketing campaigns abroad?
You’ve had the call and, as ever, you are ready to swing into action. As a member of the armed forces, that call to duty may happen at any time and, more often than not, means a change of home...
Picking up-and-coming hotspots is one of the keys to successful property investment. There is no absolute rule, so choosing the area or region of the country in which to invest is likely to require…
LettingAgentToday reports that a buy to let investor has pay a total fine of £182,314.90 for 35 HMO related offences – and the amount is thought to be one of the largest penalties ever for one landlor
Data from international property adviser, Savills reveals that the over 50s age group hold 75% of UK housing wealth – totalling a cool £2,800,000,000 (£2.8 trillion).
Want your dog walked at 2am? Or never have to worry about housekeeping again? Then why not buy a home in a five-star hotel?
Many of us have probably dreamed of living a life where we can have 24 hour room service, whatever we fancy to eat and at whatever time, our laundry done and home cleaned – plus the little things like
The LettingAgentToday website reports that specialist buy to let (BTL) lender OneSavings Bank will require that residential and commercial borrowers prove they conform with the new MEES standards.