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Landlords are unwittingly issuing incorrect Section 21 notices, resulting in thousands of pounds being wasted on aborted possession claims and extensive delays in recovering property, a leading solicitor has revealed. Danielle Hughes from Kirwans law firm said that the confusion...
National Landlord Investment Show returned to London for its flagship show and its 48th to date on Thursday 15 June at Olympia. The show attracted an unprecedented of landlord and investors and those looking to get into property in investment...
Buy-to-Let: The sixth edition of Kent Reliance’s half-yearly (state of the market) Buy-to-Let (BTL) Britain report published June 2017 is a detailed analysis of the key trends in the UK private rented sector (PRS), and in particular the BTL mortgage...
Like building any business, establishing a successful property portfolio takes determination, knowledge and patience. Ironically, one of the challenges facing landlords is the mortgage brokering process that’s meant to serve them. It’s paper-based and often can’t keep up. As...
What a lot has changed since I last wrote an editorial for what is likely to be our last LandlordZONE® Newsletter in its current format. From July 2017 we will be sending this Update out on a weekly basis, bringing...
Fire safety measures are an important consideration for those in charge of social or rented housing. There are strict guidelines that should be adhered to, dependent on the type of accommodation, and tenants and landlords should be equally aware...
If you are involved in the property business, you’ll be aware of the new buy-to-let measures that have plagued the market over the past year. But are you acquainted with the imminent landlord law changes that will affect buy to...
The UK has just announced its tenth housing minister in ten years, whilst the last one is being questioned about fire safety recommendations from 2013 in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire in London. Former housing minister, Gavin Barwell,...
If you’ve recently invested in a property and becoming a landlord, there’s a good chance you’ll eventually cross paths with some hazardous materials on the property. Asbestos, radon, and lead all are hazardous to one’s health and are common...
The experts at Belvoir reveal five essential plans you need to be a successful landlord and how to prepare them... WHAT: Plan 1. Marketing WHY: A clear and concise marketing plan allows you to position your property correctly in order to...