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13:18 PM, 18th January 2019
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Eddie Hooker, CEO of award winning Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance and Paul Shamplina, Founder of Landlord Action and Brand Ambassador at Hamilton Fraser, are back for a new year property podcast. The podcast is part of a series and features episodes offering practical tips for landlords and letting agents on how to better manage the renting process and navigate the property industry. In the latest episode, titled ‘Make Landlording Great Again in 2019’, Paul and Eddie
13:51 PM, 18th January 2019
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I'm hoping someone may be able to provide some guidance. I purchased a newly converted ground floor flat over a year ago. It was previously a large Victorian house that has been split into a number of flats. Shortly after moving in I noticed a gap between the flooring and skirting board alongside one wall (this isn't noticeable in other rooms). One neighbour (on first floor) also commented he had the same. When I pointed this out to the freeholder she sent the builder round who said
14:01 PM, 17th January 2019
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So they are building Social Housing somewhere in the country. The complete transformation of social housing in Scotland’s largest city under Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) has boosted the Scottish economy by £2 billion and supported thousands of jobs, a new report has revealed. The study, by the Fraser of Allander Institute (FAI), reviewed the impact of both GHA’s modernisation of more than 70,000 former city council homes since stock transfer in 2003 and the building o
7:59 AM, 18th January 2019
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Two scenarios regularly pitched to me during tax planning consultations are:- 1) We want to sell some of our properties which are low yielding and replace them with higher yielding properties. 2) We have been considering selling some of our properties and using the net sale proceeds to pay down other mortgages to improve the overall gearing in our business You can probably guess the question that follows these statements! You’ve got it .... “Is there a way to do th
14:16 PM, 17th January 2019
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9:47 AM, 17th January 2019
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8:43 AM, 17th January 2019
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16:42 PM, 16th January 2019
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We are delighted to be holding our next Property Investment Seminar on Wednesday 20th February 2019 in Brentwood, Essex. We would really love to have you join us! The seminar will be presented by one of the Directors of PIP...
16:26 PM, 16th January 2019
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Did you know that legislation exists to ensure that tenants are treated by Council’s as being at risk of homelessness when a valid Section 21 notice is served, NOT when a court order is made, and certainly before bailiffs are appointed?...
11:02 AM, 16th January 2019
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Hi, My tenant stopped paying rent and didn’t respond when I chased this. I served both a s8 notice and a s21 notice. The s8 notice period passed. The tenant then confirmed that she would pay but subsequently didn’t. The tenant then said that she would leave within two weeks and clear the arrears....
10:30 AM, 16th January 2019
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HOMELET, the country’s leading tenant referencing and specialist insurance provider, holds the UK’s largest and most up-to-date pool of data on agreed rental price trends, based on newly agreed tenancies. Chief executive Martin Totty sets out his views on what Brexit – deal or no-deal may mean for the private rental sector....