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The NISA way to invest into buy to let

The NISA way to invest into buy to let

25/06/2014

The 2014 Budget saw a package of measures announced to help savers trying to build a nest egg. One of the most significant changes was the introduction of the new ISA (NISA) which comes into effect on Tuesday 1st July 2014. This will see ISA allowances both increase to £15,000 and become investable in any… Read more

Mark Edwards - Residential Property Landlord and Finance Broker

Buy to let, no minimum income

21/06/2014

You may well be forgiven for thinking that the current climate has been quite tough for obtaining finance.  The Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) recent implementation of the Mortgage Market Review, which put new restrictions on lending, has now been quickly followed by talk of the Bank of England looking to raise interest rates sooner rather than… Read more

Don't end up giving it away - part 1

Don’t end up giving it away – part 1

05/06/2014

A good many BTL landlords have put together multiple property portfolios and created above average amounts of wealth in a relatively short time, with proportionately little professional help. An amazing achievement!  Generating wealth is one thing, but keeping control of it is another. Some of you guys may not care to hear this, but it is… Read more

Mark Edwards - Residential Property Landlord and Finance Broker

London Buy to Let still makes sense

18/05/2014

One of my clients, Philip an IT consultant, recently completed on a purchase of a three bedroom house in Edmonton North London. It was his first venture into property investment and so I was impressed at how wisely he had bought. Furthermore it’s encouraging to see that it is still possible to acquire property in… Read more

CASE STUDY - First time buyer, First time landlord

CASE STUDY – First time buyer, First time landlord

11/05/2014

I thought I would share a short case study of how I helped Max, a first time buyer, first time landlord, to get on the property ladder recently. Max is aged 21, and although he has managed to establish his own hairdressing business it’s still early years with his net profits currently below £15,000 pa. He… Read more

Mark Edwards - Residential Property Landlord and Finance Broker

Introducing Mark Edwards

07/05/2014

I first met Mark Edwards back in 2002 when he was a client of my former mortgage brokerage, and also an HMRC Tax Investigator.  I instantly recognised Mark’s ability to comprehend and break down complex problems and to research and present solutions effectively.  These are the hallmarks of a good finance broker. Within a few… Read more

Terminating an assured shorthold tenancy

Terminating an assured shorthold tenancy

06/05/2014

If a landlord wants possession of a property held on an assured shorthold tenancy at the end of a fixed term or a periodic tenancy he must serve a valid notice. The tenant must receive it at least 2 months before the expiry of the tenancy (or in accordance with the rent period if longer).  That notice… Read more

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Extortionate court fee increases will impact landlords

09/04/2014

Landlord Action has lambasted Government plans to increase court fees as “extortionate”.  The planned changes will take effect from 22nd April 2014, where fees for possession claims will see one of the largest increases at 60%, and could spark a stampede of possession cases in the next two weeks from landlords trying to beat the… Read more

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Naomi Heaton’s winning plan for the 2014 Budget

14/03/2014

With days to go until the 2014 Budget, time is running out for Osborne to make a real difference. Naomi Heaton, CEO of London Central Portfolio, highlights a four point plan which could help the Conservatives get back in favour, whilst providing some much needed Viagra to the UK economy. Listen closely George; it is… Read more

Tony Wilson

Message from Anthony Wilson of Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP

13/03/2014

My name is Tony Wilson. I have today committed £15,000.00 to the fund to enable Mark Alexander and Mark Smith carry on the superb work they are doing on behalf of buy to let landlords who are being (in my view) mistreated by the West Bromwich Mortgage Company. As a solicitor who has been in… Read more

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