Of all secondary streams of income, the finger still points to property. Despite the cost of living crisis and rising interest rates at 1.25%, property still remains a viable and […]
The Grant: The government anncounced that £1k per new property built would be given to housebuilders who fitted their new build homes with a low flow shower. This falls in […]
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Although changes to the tax system were in 2016 dampened the mood for property investing, the Covid pandemic and resulting lockdowns and lifting of stamp duty increased the amount of […]
The Background: Although changes to the tax system were in 2016 dampened the mood for property investing, the Covid pandemic and resulting lockdowns and lifting of stamp duty increased the […]
Protection The government has extended leaseholder protection for landlords and buy to let investors in order to reduce the required costs of repairing and replacing the cladding on outdated buildings. […]
Legal cover, also called legal expense insurance allows landlords cover in case of any legal issues and action involving court proceedings with a tenant. This provides the landlord with assurance […]
Why Consider Converting to a Holiday Letting? Even after the coronavirus pandemic, domestic UK tourism remains buoyant. Renting out your holiday home allows landlords to charge reasonably higher prices and […]
The Scheme More banks and building societies have started offering the Family Mortgage, also called the Guarantor or Joint Mortgage, aimed at allowing parents to collateralise their savings or a […]
The Outlook for Buy To Let Yields...
The Data We have compiled some data to help the often tough act of predicting the future. Based on current figures from UK Finance, £18 billion worth of BTL lending […]
Where the Yields Are and Property Tax...
Buy To Let Areas Some landlords pay the utility companies directly and send the bill to the tenant. In HMOs (Houses of Multiple Occupancy) also known as a house share, […]