Property118 Landlords Newsletter – Issue 73

Property118 Landlords Newsletter – Issue 73

12:42 PM, 21st November 2011, About 12 years ago 2

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This week we have reported on a variety of political issues affecting landlords, some of which have been picked up by the mainstream media. Fortunately, it’s not all politics in this Newsletter. Our guest authors have written some excellent articles to lighten the mood and provide useful insight too.

The latest articles from guest writers

The latest articles added by Julie Ford, who runs the Hemel Landlord & Property Network:
Is your Insurance Criminal?
View all articles by Julie Ford.


The latest articles added by Ben Reeve-Lewis, Lewisham based Tenancy Relations Officer:
When is an AST not an AST?
View all articles by Ben Reeve-Lewis.


The latest property industry News as sourced by the Property118 News Team:
Booming Buy to Let Rents Keep on Rising
Buy to Let Landlords are Snapping Up More Big City Properties
Homes Under the Hammer Cost 20% Below Market Value
Tell Tenants How to Deal with Emergencies, Urges NLA
Buy to Let Lenders Forget to Mention the Missing Link


The latest Landlord Log’s added by Mark Alexander, founder of Property118:
EU Trying To Kill Buy To Let
Britain’s Looming Housing Crisis
Link Back Challenge
Possibility of Civil War in Greece?
p155ing in the wind – Housing Strategy
View all articles by Mark Alexander

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23:14 PM, 22nd November 2011, About 12 years ago

I have a massive Capital Gain on a buy-to-let house I have owned for 12 years. I have heard that Equity Release for buy-to-lets may be coming in next year. This could save my problem.
Does anyone know if this is true and going to happen.

Mark Alexander - Founder of Property118

23:41 PM, 22nd November 2011, About 12 years ago

It is already available Tony, drop me an email with your contact details to and I will happily forward it to the lender operating the scheme. NOTE - I am not a financial advisor so all I can do is pass on your enquiry and from there it's up to you.

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