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Archive for 2019
With just weeks to go in the Conservative party’s contest to select a new Prime Minister, there are promises from leading contender Boris Johnson to abolish Stamp Duty on homes selling...
Good news for investors in buy to let property comes in the shape of lower mortgage costs, according to a report published by Landlord Today on the 9th of July.
It provides essential shelter and the base from which you and your family live your lives, but did you appreciate quite what a money-spinner your home might be?
Septic tanks have been used for many years in properties that are not connected to a mains drainage system. Instead, a tank sunk into the ground allows solid waste to sink to the bottom while the liqu
The Labour Party is considering widening the scope of Inheritance Tax in a way likely to draw millions of homeowners in more prosperous parts of the country into the tax liability.
Fallout from the recently introduced ban on tenant fees may be responsible for an increase in the number of fraudulent tenancy applications.
Back in October last year, we described it as a potential new PPI-type scandal – the mis-selling of restrictive and punitive leasehold conditions on many homes.
Summer is a time for holidays – in this country or further afield. In your excitement to get away for a well-earned break, though, it is important to remember a few straightforward safeguards to keep
A landlord of a property in Barking, east London, has been jailed after failing to pay back almost £130,000 in illegal rent. Akram Hussain converted a three-bedroom family home into two flats...
New data suggests that more than one in 10 people in Britain own a second property, worth a combined £941 billion. These second properties consist of second homes, buy to let and overseas properties.
Rising house prices, a change in mortgage lending, and higher stamp duty is to blame for the record number of over-50s who are still living in rented homes suggests new research.