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Landlord Advice

Unexpected problems can always seem to pop up when you’re a landlord. We have lots of advice to keep your income steady and become a successful landlord.

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What is the Renters Reform Bill and how will it affect...

By UKinsuranceNET in Landlord Advice

Billed by the government itself as one of the most significant pieces of legislation affecting England’s 11 million or so renters, it’s hardly surprising that the Renters Reform Bill has grabbed…

11 July 2023
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The diminishing HMO market in England

By UKinsuranceNET in Landlord Advice

A news release by Property Industry Eye on the 6th of February 2023 carried the surprising news that the number of Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) in England is shrinking. Estimates say there…

09 February 2023
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What insurance do commercial landlords require?

By UKinsuranceNET in Landlord Advice

What insurance do commercial landlords require? As a landlord, it is vitally important that you protect your investments by taking out adequate insurance to cover you for life’s unexpected eventualities….

18 July 2022
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Multi-property landlord insurance explained

By UKinsuranceNET in Landlord Advice

Managing a portfolio of commercial properties is difficult enough without keeping track of multiple insurance properties. Multi-property landlord insurance solves this problem, providing landlords and investors with one policy, one…

15 July 2022
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The hidden cost of enforced “eco-rules”

By UKinsuranceNET in Landlord Advice

The government’s mission to improve the energy efficiency of homes in the private rented sector will bring cheaper bills for tenants and mean that the country spends a little less…

31 May 2022
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Tax advantages of holiday lets

By UKinsuranceNET in Landlord Advice

Every cloud has a silver lining. While circumstances during the last two years or so have made overseas travel even more tiresome than it ever was, huge swathes of people…

17 December 2021
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Helping to find the right landlord policy

By UKinsuranceNET in Landlord Advice

When you are comparing insurance landlord policy, you may operate on a type of tick box system where you simply match what the policy provides with what you think you…

15 July 2021
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Being a Landlord On a Budget

Being a Landlord On a Budget

By UKinsuranceNET in Landlord Advice

Of course, the vast majority of landlords need to be cost-conscious if they are to survive and prosper. If you haven’t already thought of them, some of the following tips…

05 July 2021
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Landlords insurance and using guaranteed rent schemes

By UKinsuranceNET in Landlord Advice

One of the questions sometimes raised about landlords insurance is whether it offers the landlord any protection against probably the biggest risk he or she faces – the unreliability of…

24 June 2021
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Commercial landlords FAQs

By UKinsuranceNET in Landlord Advice

You might be described as a commercial landlord if you own a property or properties used as shops, offices, GP surgeries, warehouses or for any number of other business purposes,…

24 May 2021
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Referencing and rent checks

By UKinsuranceNET in Landlord Advice

If you are a landlord, it is not too much to expect your tenant to: pay the rent on time; treat your property with the care and respect it deserves;…

21 April 2021
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How you can earn £7,500 a year tax-free

By UKinsuranceNET in Landlord Advice

Having to pay tax is always likely to be a bitter pill to swallow – especially if you have gone out of your way and worked hard to earn it….

09 March 2021
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