There is one thing you can definitely know for certain with property investment and that is that the market is constantly changing. Whether that be a change in interest rates or other market conditions there will always be changes to […]Read More
One of our rules is that we like the property to work as both a single let or a multi-let property if possible. This therefore means that if you were planning for the property to be a multi-let rented to […]Read More
Written by our recommended Tax specialist Nigel Reynolds from Reynoldsandco. June 22, 2016
I have been asked by several people over the last few months whether a Deed of Trust could be used to move the ownership of a property into a limited […]Read More
With an interest in Buy to Let becoming extremely popular, tenants are provided with more options when choosing a rental property, resulting in long term tenants becoming few and far between.
We all know the importance of maintaining a long term […]
According to reports, the private rental sector has grown by 135% within 30 years and has been at its most strongest in the past 10 years – with no fewer than 2 million new households introduced to the sector in […]Read More
When planning to invest in an HMO many of us understand the regulations that we need to follow. Although there have been cases where landlords have not intended to, or are not aware that their property has turned into an […]Read More
One of the biggest mistakes I feel I have seen new investors make when new to property, is that they solely rely on sold prices when making a decision on the value of a property. This can be a financially […]Read More
We have been in one of the biggest recessions in history since 2008 which has also brought with it huge opportunities and profits for those who find the courage and are willing to go against the grain.
Whilst there is great […]
Written by our recommended Tax specialist Nigel Reynolds from Reynoldsandco.
At present we only have the Chancellor’s speech, the Blue Book and Treasury statements to work from and they are very sketchy. What we know is that the increase in Stamp Duty Land […]
In the past three months over 40% of landlords have reported an increase in tenant demand in their area, which is expected to continue throughout 2016.
The National Landlords Association carried out a survey which shows a 48% increase in tenant […]