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Why landlords may struggle to remortgage in the current climate

Published in General, on Wed Mar 21 2018

BTL mortgages entered a new era last year with the introduction of new lending guidelines brought in by the Prudential Regulation Authority in association with the Bank of England. The regulation was… Read more…

What’s the cost of holding an empty property?

Published in General, on Wed Jan 24 2018

The top risks and costs of empty landlord properties A new league table produced by the HomeOwners Alliance showing how long it takes homes to sell on average in different postcodes across England and… Read more…

Understanding the ‎new Energy Efficiency rules for landlords

Published in General, on Mon Jan 15 2018

The new laws and regulations for rented properties With all the increasing regulation, compliance, and tax issues facing landlords throughout 2017, there is another piece of legislation that may have… Read more…

The issues of selling a property with tenants in situ

Published in General, on Tue May 16 2017

When thinking of selling a property with tenants in situ, there are a number of considerations: 1. The tenant has the right of “quiet enjoyment” Unless it specifically states in the tenancy agreement… Read more…

The benefits of selling a property with sitting tenants

Published in General, on Tue Mar 28 2017

When a landlord sells a rented property, landlords always face a dilemma. A common question is, should I sell with the tenant in situ or should I evict the tenant and sell with vacant possession? Like… Read more…

How to solve condensation issues in a rental property

Published in General, on Mon Mar 6 2017

Condensation is a common problem within the private rented sector and many landlords receive phone calls from tenants complaining about it. Recent surveys suggest that more than a third of all househo… Read more…

Sell a property with sitting tenants quickly due to Section 24

Published in General, on Tue Jan 10 2017

If you are a sole trader landlord and reading this, it may be that you have had a wake-up call about what is known as Section 24.  Section 24 of the Finance (No.2) Act 2015, which received Royal Assen… Read more…

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