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A significant private rented sector player in both London and beyond tells LandlordZONE that he and the fellow landlords are getting fed up with the government's conflicted and increasingly political approach to renting.
Over the last year or so there have been several major changes in the way landlords are taxed. Here, property taxation expert Nick Braun, founder the highly respected Taxcafe.co.uk, gives a comprehensive summary of the main changes affecting buy-to-let landlords, and...
According to research from the NLA, 4 in 10 landlords are either seriously considering forming a limited company or looking into the option in the coming months. Can you - and more importantly should you - set up a company to...
David Lawrenson, property consultant writes, Last week I was contacted by a journalist who was writing a piece about high yields in property for a national paper. She wanted a quote from me about what would be a good level of...
Tenancy deposits – I’m confused about the situation with the rules on tenancy deposits.  I know there has been a lot of comment following a test case, but I’m worried that I could be liable to a fine. I...
First Time Letting – the LandlordZONE® 22 Point Check-List If you want to let (rent out) your house or for the first time then you can either hire a good professional letting agent to do everything for you, or alternatively...
As most Assured Shorthold Tenancies (AST) are by definition, short, there is usually no need for landlords to get involved in processing a rent increase. However, some ASTs run for long periods after the fixed term has ended, i.e., when...
A growing number of people are investing in rental properties. Is it a good investment? How does it compare with putting the money on the stock market? Buy-to-let landlords have done well over the last fifteen years or so. Will this...