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15:49 PM, 22nd January 2021
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99% of the 228,743 UK Property Investment Companies in existence at the end of 2020 had sub-optimal share structures. Is yours one of them? A sub-optimal share structure in your buy-to-let Limited Company could cost you a fortune in tax. Until recently, the costs of implementing an optimal corporate share structure was beyond the reach of small businesses. However, Property118, in conjunction with Cotswold Barristers, have disrupted the status quo by enabling small proper
14:28 PM, 22nd January 2021
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Hi all,  I am still waiting for a possession hearing for almost a year due to covid banned evictions etc. My tenants owe me thousands in unpaid rent, and I've just found out from Universal Credit that they had been paying them the housing elements since March last year, which has not been passed on. I tried direct payments but was denied only until last week. The U.C. has told me to chase them up for the rent arrears via bailiffs etc. Is there another way I can do this, UC sai
14:14 PM, 22nd January 2021
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Given the changed proposed to leasehold/freehold, I'm wondering now if it's the time to be 'mopping' up the Freeholds of a block of flats where I have a few units. The Freehold was applied for nearly a year ago, and I was the 'white knight', but now if we are to be able to extend leases and have no ground rent I feel that this is an option no longer viable - unless I'm misunderstanding things. I know it could be a way off but this was to be a long term investment but no point a
11:08 AM, 22nd January 2021
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Momentum is building against councils pushing ahead with licensing schemes despite the pandemic and despite instructions from the government not to. One wonders why so many councils are going against the Governments wishes and public health concern to instigate policies which, during the crisis will seriously increase the Covid risk to many tens of thousands of tenants and trades-persons in their districts. Could it be that these councils are only interested in the tens of £mi
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10:32 AM, 21st January 2021
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All homes and businesses will have to meet rigorous new energy efficiency standards to lower energy consumption and bills, helping to protect the environment, the Housing Minister Chris Pincher has announced. Responding to a consultation on the Future Homes Standard...
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I have been approached by a Social Housing Provider to use my property as a domestic violence/women’s refuge now it has become completely vacant. They offer their clients licences as opposed to as AST. I am assuming they also are exempt (and therefore I do not need to apply for ) an HMO licence?...
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Unfortunately, my tenants have moved out without giving notice. I have reason to believe they have returned to Romania. I had all sorts of problems with utilities etc. and had to get cleaners; decorator; carpets cleaned etc. I am trying to get the deposit returned from the DPS...
10:19 AM, 20th January 2021
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A Mortgage Prisoner is someone who cannot switch to another product or to a new lender for their residential mortgage, despite being up to date with their payments. They could be stuck with a lender exploiting them with a high interest rate and not allowing them to take up more advantageous rates....

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