Any property owner is likely to tell you that buildings insurance provides an essential safeguard against the major risks threatening damage or even a total loss of the structure and fabric...
If you are the landlord of any kind of property – whether that’s a single home, a whole portfolio of let properties, a block of flats, or a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) – you know only too well
Nearly 30 million foreign visitors come to the UK each year, said Landlord News on the 24th of August 2018, in a reminder about the importance of arranging adequate holiday let insurance.
Have your tenants fallen behind with the rent, are they making a nuisance of themselves with neighbours, have they breached the terms of their tenancy agreement in any other way, or do you simply want
As if landlord’s weren’t labouring under enough legislative control already, further rules – this time specifically targeted towards Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO) – are to come into force.
This September sees new students – from this country and overseas – starting literally thousands of course at more than 120 universities in the UK, according to the website SI-UK.
According to an announcement made on the 2nd of July 2018, the government is considering the introduction of legislation to for minimum three-year tenancies in the private rented sector.
Buy to let landlords have been under pressure somewhat in recent years due to changes in legislation, making it increasingly difficult for many to realise the profits once so often available...
Demand for affordable, shared accommodation is high, and rates of return for landlords are high. So it may be little wonder that more and more landlords are diversifying their let property portfolios
As if your tax affairs were not tricky enough, HM Revenue and Customs have probably made them more complicated still.
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…
Are households taking advantage of the government’s Rent a Room scheme, is the scheme working in much the way it was intended when introduced in 1992, and is there any need for the scheme to be reform