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Far too many landlords have been guilty of focusing on problems than solutions when it comes to optimising their rental profits. In many cases, changing the ownership structure can prove to be far more effective than refinancing or increasing rent. EXAMPLE Mr Patel enjoys a £50,000 salary from his 'day-job'. He also owns two properties which bring in £2,000 a month of rent. His mortgages cost one third of this and other expenses amount to another third. Over the year this
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This week, RBS have introduce policy changes to their Buy to Let lending criteria representing the final phase of changes post PRA rules introduced last year regarding portfolio landlord (4 or more rental properties) affordability underwriting. RBS have increased the total number of Buy to Let properties they will allow a landlord customer to own from 4 to 10. The total will include unencumbered properties and properties mortgaged with them and other lenders. The maximum aggreg
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The onslaught against the PRS knows no Bounds. Sect 24 , Restrictions on the use of section 21, and of course the Flawed revenue raising Licensing schemes being implemented on the back of sham consultations. I now wish to draw Readers attention to the 2016 planning bill. This ill thought piece of legislation allows for so called civil penalties to be imposed on landlords by the useless local authorities. In effect rather than a prosecution where the defendant is innocent until pro
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I have rented out a property for nearly 2 years after relocating abroad for work. My property is an upstairs maisonette that I lived in with my wife for 3 years. Prior to moving we had problems with the downstairs neighbour who complained many times about leaks into their property, each time we had plumbers and the local water company out to investigate, however each time no leak was identified. It reached the point where the neighbour would switch off our water supply in the stre
The RLA are asking Landlords to have their say on the impact of the removal of Mortage Interest Relief under Section 24 under a new research project by the University of Cambridge. The RLA has commissioned academics from the university to conduct the research and will use the findings to provide evidence to the Government as part of their ongoing campaign to have these unfair changes reversed....
BBC iPlayer is now showing Series 7 episodes 1 to 4 of ‘The Sheriffs Are Coming’. Click here to view This series includes the work of The Sheriffs Office and it is a look at the work of sheriffs...
As being a landlord becomes less financially lucrative, with higher taxes and more regulation, there are more properties coming to market with existing tenants. We’ve put together the things you should be considering if you are buying a property with a tenant....
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Two days ago the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government launched a survey “Questionnaire used for the English Private Landlord Survey 2018.” The Ministry says that landlords and agents who are protecting a deposit in one of the authorised schemes are randomly chosen to participate...
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