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In turbulent times it's more important than ever for property investors to protect their property wealth through effective tax planning. For this, an understanding of smart property company structures is essential to mitigate inheritance tax and provision for the next generation. Many landlords are now asking themselves; "why has my accountant never mentioned the benefits of having multiple share classes in a Limited Company structure, to enable greater flexibility in terms of
11:22 AM, 30th October 2020
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I am constantly being approached by various Local Authorities to house single homeless people, something I am only too willing to do with certain conditions. In summary, my reply demands a guarantor, for both rent and damage without limit, using the catchphrase “You take the risk and I will take the tenant.” Nobody has taken me up on my offer. Can I suggest that we all use this approach to Local Authorities trying to place homeless people then perhaps the message will ge
11:14 AM, 30th October 2020
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The latest Bank of England statistics for money and credit in September indicate the mortgage market strengthened further from its recover post lockdown. Net an additional £4.8 billion was borrowed secured on homes, following on from net borrowing of £3.0 billion in August. This reflects increased levels of mortgage approvals for house purchases over the last few months. Mortgage borrowing bottomed out at net £0.2 billion in April but has since recovered reaching levels slightl
10:11 AM, 30th October 2020
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I served a notice on 16th October to terminate my tenancy, according to a 2-months break clause in my contract, expecting to pay only 2 month's rent till I vacate the property on 15th December. However, the letting agent has got back to me saying the break clause falls within the statuary law which means the notice must be served in line with the rent due date (1st of each month). Therefore, he claims I am liable to pay rent for an additional 15 days till the end of December. N
10:00 AM, 30th October 2020
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13:38 PM, 29th October 2020
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I have just received a failed gas safety certificate due to the reason of “Boiler flue not sealed”, for a property with new boiler installed exactly two years ago. The strange thing is that for the past two years the gas safety certificates were all well and good...
11:47 AM, 29th October 2020
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So what is the difference with a rolling shorthold tenancy with a two month notice period, versus seeking an eviction notice? Do I still have to give my tenant six months notice when I wish to end their periodic tenancy with a two month notice clause?...
11:39 AM, 29th October 2020
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The EPC is due to expire on a property that we let to a Social Housing provider on the basis of a whole property let. It is up to them how they let the rooms accordingly. The question is do we need to have another EPC conducted on the property now as it has expired...
9:53 AM, 29th October 2020
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Evidence is emerging that County Court Bailiffs and High Court Sheriffs (HCEOs) are declining to enforce warrants and writs of possession. Guidance has apparently come from the Lord Chancellor to Bailiffs, and the High Court Enforcement Officers Association has also publicised a letter received from Robert Buckland...

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