15:17 PM, 3rd December 2021, About 5 minutes ago|
It’s a fact that more and more landlords over the age of 50 are choosing to sell or scale down their portfolios. either to retire or to change investment strategy to a less ‘hands on’ option, and it’s easy to understand why. The growth we’ve seen in property values over recent months has finally stalled and is unlikely to be repeated for another 7 years. That, coupled with rising inflation and the prospect of a capital gains overhaul in the not too distant future, all le
11:11 AM, 3rd December 2021, About 4 hours ago|
Another advert push for ECO3 and the installation of both gas lines (up to 23m) and new Worcester boilers. Is it REALLY worth doing given the total uncertainty and lack of direction as to where this is all going??? I have some tenants that may be within 23m of an existing gas line that currently are quite happy with full electric in their homes. For them I can't say with any conviction their heating bills will be lower as (due to being on benefits) any supplier will not want to ta
10:54 AM, 3rd December 2021, About 4 hours ago|
Minister for Housing, Christopher Pincher, spoke to the Lords recently about underoccupied property. He wants the properties to be used more efficiently. What happened In 2015 the Finance act penalised landlords and some sold up. There was a large Victorian house off Bedford Hill in Balham which was an HMO. It was home to seven or eight young singles (or claimed to be single!) The landlord sold up and evicted the HMO. A City Lawyer bought the house and reconfigured the house in
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10:02 AM, 2nd December 2021, About A day ago|
Hi, Can anyone advise me, please? I use 6-month ASTs with monthly payments which would rollover to monthly periodic, but I’ve had some tenants offering 3 months rent in advance at the start of a 6 month shorthold tenancy....
11:27 AM, 1st December 2021, About 2 days ago|
Yes, I know this may be the most ridiculous question. But I ain’t Einstein even though I have 27,000 times more common sense than the Govt and Nottingham City Council. You only know the answer if someone tells you....
9:44 AM, 1st December 2021, About 2 days ago|
The Nationwide House Price Index for November is indicating that annual growth has recovered back to 10.0% and up 0.9% month-on-month with the average house price now standing at £252,687. Commenting on the figures, Robert Gardner, Nationwide’s Chief Economist...