Another year, another raft of new legislation for landlords. Whether you are a seasoned hand or new to your role as a landlord, it can be difficult keeping up with the seemingly endless flow of new le
With the beginning of the new tax year in 2020, any tax relief you might previously have enjoyed as a landlord on mortgage interest repayments will have disappeared completely.
Whether you are a homeowner or buy to let landlord, eco-friendly energy efficiency not only demonstrates your environmental credentials but is also a sure-fire way of saving money.
If you are planning to invest in buy to let property this year, then you’ll want to know where the likeliest hotspots are. Where in the country is your investment going to show the best return?
The year ahead sees yet further legislation which has been in the pipeline finally come into force — preparing your buy to let business for those changes now may avoid any nasty shocks in the future.
The trend continues for landlords to invest in buy to let property by way of purchasing through a limited company.
If your tenants are taking a holiday and going away this Christmas, they are going to leave your let accommodation unoccupied.
Winter is just around the corner and, if you are a landlord, it is probably the one season of the year you particularly dread.
It is a common enough nightmare for any landlord. Your tenant calls in the dead of night – or some equally inconvenient hour – to complain that water is flooding the kitchen floor. You need to spring
If you are investing in a buy to let property, you want to ensure that you maximise the amount of rental income it generates.
Do you follow every twist and turn of government policy on the buy to let business you are running? Do you appreciate the impact on your role as a landlord of the many new laws, rules and regulations
The end of September, we are reminded by a story in the Sun newspaper on the 17th of September, is traditionally the time for Freshers’ Week – which often extends into a fortnight – until the more…