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Ranjan Bhattacharya - Baker Street Property Meet In 2016, Chancellor George Osborne introduced a 3% SDLT surcharge on all investment property purchases. Many buy to let investors stopped buying in high value areas like London and the South East because the SDLT surcharge made the purchase uneconomic. But if you know how, the 3% SDLT surcharge can be completely avoided. In this video Ranjan Bhattacharya shares 3 ways to avoid the 3% SDLT surcharge on your buy to let investmen
11:20 AM, 21st May 2019
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Private landlords have lost faith in the Conservative Party, with only 15.75% of NLA members now saying they would support them in an election. Are Landlords now the elephant in the room for the Tories? This polling, conducted shortly after the once strongly pro-business party announced its intention to abolish the no fault section 21 possession process and end fixed-term tenancies, found that more than two thirds (69%) of the landlords responding had voted Conservativ
10:55 AM, 21st May 2019
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My Son lived at home with us in Surrey until he went to work in Canada 9 years ago. He bought a home there. He has now returned to the UK after selling up in Canada and has bought a home in Yorkshire. He was charged 3% stamp duty. QUESTION: As he is a first-time buyer in UK should he have been charged this tax? Many thanks Pixyprops Editors note: please see the flow chart below and the maximum term for a refund is now 3 years not 18
10:45 AM, 21st May 2019
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I decided to rent my property, as I was moving to India for an year to take care of my ill parents. I've handed over my property keys to the letting agent who I know and said that he has recently started his own letting agency, we've agreed on a fully managed service. Things I came to know later, the agent who took the keys from me doesn't own a letting agency, but using his friend's agency. The house is let without my consent and I'm told that the tenant is a friend of the so
10:32 AM, 21st May 2019
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9:18 AM, 21st May 2019
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10:43 AM, 20th May 2019
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And so the onslaught against private landlords continues. Earlier this month, we were shocked to hear that a cornerstone of tenancy law in the UK was to be overturned, with the scrapping of Section 21. Farcically, we were told that a consultation would take place after the decision had been made....
9:19 AM, 20th May 2019
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Dr Rosalind Beck wrote an article for Conservative home titled, ‘It’s not just EU policy that’s driving conservative voters towards the Brexit Party.’ Click here to view the full article. In this article Dr Beck quotes that 40% of Tory councillors and 60% of Tory activists say they will vote for the Brexit Party and asks if Nigel Farage’s prediction of a realignment of British politics is that far-fetched....
8:35 AM, 20th May 2019
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The European Elections are on us next week. If you wish to exercise a Protest Vote then do so with care. If you wish to not vote for the Party you normally vote for that is one vote less for that Party!...
8:03 AM, 20th May 2019
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Hi everyone, We are in the process of buying a property and we have just found out that the loft conversion (into a bedroom) was done without planning permission or building regulations. This work was done probably over 25 years ago (windows are dated 1993) well before the current owners moved in....

Cheltenham Meeting Tuesday 21st May 2019

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Essex Meeting Tuesday 21st May 2019

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Regents Park Meeting Tuesday 21st May 2019

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