Property118 Landlords Newsletter – Issue 81

Property118 Landlords Newsletter – Issue 81

15:03 PM, 19th December 2011, About 12 years ago

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The latest news and views from the property market and private rented sector. Ben Reeve-Lewis looks back to his sobering time working the doors of a homeless shelter and Angus Ryan looks at this period for lanlords. Mark Alexander asks the relevance of LTV and there’s news from ARLA, FSA and the what EU veto might mean for landlords.

The latest articles from guest columnists

The first instalment from our new guest writer Angus Ryan, a landlord for over 18 years, Chartered Management Accountant and former National Landlord Association representative:
What does the Future Hold for Buy to Let?


The latest articles added by Ben Reeve-Lewis, Lewisham based Tenancy Relations Officer:
A True Christmas Story
View all articles by Ben Reeve-Lewis

Read the stories from Good Tenant Month
Send us your Good Tenant Stories and you could win two bottles of champagne!

The latest property industry news as sourced by the Property118 News Team

Cameron veto may mean buy to let regulation by EU
Downletting could be the new downsizing, says ARLA
Mortgage Borrowing Will Flatline in 2012, Predict Lenders
Landlords are Pawns in Battle for Control of London
Rising rents stall but will go up, say letting agents
FSA Propose New Mortgage Lending Restrictions

The latest Landlord’s Logs added by Mark Alexander, founder of Property118

What’s the relevance of LTV?
Buy to Let Mortgage Advice
Property Portfolios Can Spoil Holidays
View all articles by Mark Alexander


In the week Grant Shapps announced the government’s Christmas homelessness initiative, guest columnist Ben Reeve-Lewis looks back his time working on the doors of a homeless shelter with “A True Christmas Story”.

Mark Alexander has added three further articles to his Landlord’s Logs, asking “What’s the relevance of LTV?”, which brokers Property118 readers are using to arrange their mortgages and explores a new service enabling landlords to holidays abroad with peace of mind.

Angus Ryan also returns to look back at the year and argues that good times are ahead for landlords in the New Year and beyond.

In the news, there are the latest findings about the rental market, details of the FSA’s proposed lending restrictions and the reaction of London based landlords who are in the spotlight for the contest for the our capital’s Mayorship

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