If you have a spare room in your home, taking in a lodger might prove a win-win situation all round. You get to earn a little extra money from the rent you receive, the lodger has somewhere to live...
After the drought comes the deluge – that is a frequent pattern of English summers and this year it is expected to be an exceptionally long, hot spell - which may be storing up especially ferocious
Whether you are a homeowner or tenant, the contents of your home are likely to be valuable – valuable enough to tempt the light-fingered or professional attentions of burglars.
You might not have your sights set on the £12 million or so rental income made by one landlord from Airbnb lettings (reported by the Independent newspaper on the 10th of November 2017), but it may off
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…
Following the news that a single property owner in London managed to make almost £12 million from Airbnb rentals in the course of a single year, it is hardly surprising that you might be tempted to ca
It is probably never too early to put your financial affairs in order. Whenever you die, you want to be sure that your estate – your property and the possessions you own – passes to the beneficiaries
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...
Why do tenants rent the homes in which they live? Because they cannot afford to buy, suggest the results of a recent survey published on the website Property Wire on the 25th of January 2018.
At least part of the cost of residential care of the elderly in the UK may come under the control of new rules to be introduced by the government, reported the Telegraph newspaper on the 8th of March
In research conducted a few years ago by the Police Federation, it was discovered that rates of crime including burglaries are higher amongst tenants in the private rented sector than elsewhere.