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Tom Entwistle

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Tom Entwistle has invested in and developed commercial and residential properties since 1979 and later founded LandlordZONE back in 1999. editor@landlordzone.co.uk
FAST growing East Anglia based property finders, Pure Property, have swept aside all competition to scoop the top industry accolade in the Daily Mail UK Property Awards 2007. At a glittering awards ceremony held at London’s Royal Lancaster Hotel...
Despite much doom and gloom about buy-to-let in the press recently, Leaders – one of the UK’s largest independently owned letting specialists – is very positive about the long-term future of the lettings market. Says Leaders’ managing director, Paul Weller:...
Students’ bad reputation and their lack of domestic skills are to blame for the poor standard of private rental student accommodation, according to a new ICM poll. 71 percent of British people believe that the quality of student accommodation has...
It is not uncommon for landlords to pay too much tax because they are missing out on the many tax allowances they are entitled to, according to local letting agent Leaders - one of the UK’s largest independently owned...
WHEN Landlord Action was founded eight years ago, property investment was still a relatively exclusive phenomenon amongst cash rich people who could buy a property outright. Since those days the increase in buy-to-let mortgages and the crash in personal pensions...
Increased interest - UK rates are up again! Why a rates rise is actually a good sign for investors To pretty much no-one's surprise the Bank of England has raised the base rate to 5.75%. We might have expected the...
There have been a number of reports in the press recently of a downturn in buy to let, promted by rising interest rates and ever-increasing property prices. There have also been reports of an increase in the number of...
Tens of thousands of investors ignored the taxman’s amnesty on unpaid tax from offshore bank accounts, due to a communications fiasco and eye-watering bills. This is the view of tax adviser Alan McCann, who believes most of the 400,000...
New Build Inspections welcomes the OFT study into house building announced last week but has concerns. The OFT study investigating the £20bn house building industry aims to improve consumer satisfaction and increase the number of new homes. However, most of...
As students finish their exams or take a break for the summer holidays, many landlords have to cope with their property becoming unoccupied for a number months until the new term begins. Even if the students have paid a retainer...