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Recent tax changes have seen more and more landlords setting themselves up as a limited company. But is this the right approach for you?
While most stamp duty reforms are aimed at first-time buyers, a radical new proposal is targeting those at the other end of the housing ladder.
Tenants could soon be handed access to the Rogue Landlords Database, according to recently announced Government proposals. But is this a good idea?
The UK lettings industry was turned upside down on June 1 with the introduction of the Tenant Fees Act (TFA) 2019 — but how does it affect tenants and landlords?
There has been a lot of debate in the media in recent months about the future of permitted development rules. We take a look at both sides of the argument…
With the days getting longer and, hopefully, many hours of uninterrupted sunshine ahead, you may be considering fitting solar panels to your home.
You may have read in the national news that a growing number of landlords have been the victim of illegal sub-letting scams.
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The sight of Christmas decorations returning to the loft is usually a signal for landlords to start thinking about the dreaded tax returns.
On October 1 the rules surrounding Section 21 eviction notices changed, affecting many thousands of tenancy agreements across the UK.
Cars are full to bursting and mums are clutching a box of tissues, it can mean only one thing —students are heading off to university.
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