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Strategies to Investments

Strategies to Investments

One of the biggest secrets to successful property investments is having an exit strategy in place to reap the planned financial rewards. By knowing when and how a buy to let will end, an investor can appreciate where their investment strategy will begin. In order to do that, an investor must understand the types of […]

Right to Rent

Right to Rent

The start of 2016, means plenty of changes in terms of legislations for landlords and investors, starting from February 1st with the Right to Rent legislation. Under the new legislations. landlords and agents must check the immigration status of any adult who wishes to move in to a new property to ensure they have a […]

Budget 2016: Capital Gains Tax

Yesterday the Chancellor, George Osbourne announced significant cuts to capital gain tax, giving many investors a major boost. Landlords will face a capital gains tax surcharge when selling property. But what is Capital Gains Tax (CGT)? Capital Gains Tax is  tax on the profit when you sell an asset thats increased in value, such as […]

Camerons Bombshell of an Announcement

Last Thursday, Prime Minister David Cameron dropped what seemed to be a bombshell upon landlords. Commenting specifically on the private rented sector, the Prime Minister said: “We’ll also crack down on the unscrupulous landlords who cram houses full of illegal migrants, by introducing a new mandatory licensing regime.” Now it seems to be unclear exactly […]

What your tenant wants

With the ever increasing house prices, it looks as though landlords in England are in the midst of a booming rental market whilst tenants are still struggling to move up the property ladder. Now more than half of tenants would prefer to buy their own house but the larger required deposits seem to make it […]

Three Simple Steps

Three Simple Steps to Evicting Your Tenants Sometimes evicting your tenants isn’t as hard as it seems. Nor does it have to be for any reason other than wanting possession of your property, for whatever reason.  However, whether you’re evicting your tenants for personal reasons or whether they haven’t paid the rents, the process is […]

Avoiding Common Investment Pitfalls

The past few weeks concentrated on what it takes to become a property investor as well as where to find the most suitable investment property. However, even with a rapidly growing market, there are still a few common pitfalls investors make. Investing in property is a big deal – theres no doubt about that. So […]