15:50 PM, 3rd August 2012, About 9 years ago
This weekend we are celebrating the launch our Discussions Forum.
You will find it on the main Navigation Bar of our website. We introduced this new feature based on feedback from readers who would like to be able to see at a quick glance the articles which are the most recently published or commented upon. The Discussions page also shows when the articles were first published, how many times each article has been read, how many comments have been left and who by. You can link to the main article or just the latest comment.
We have also added Exit Strategies and Succession Planning to the dropdown in the Navigation Bar headed “Landlords Log”. This groups together the best read articles on those subjects and each page links to related articles in the appropriate series.
Is it possible for landlords to have a exit strategies without selling their buy to let property portfolio? This is why I think it is.
Following my article about Partial Buy to Let Exit Strategies I’ve woken up this morning to a very full inbox, here are some useful Q&A’s
These BuyToLet mortgage lenders will lend to age 90 and beyond. There is no need for ageism in BuyToLet mortgages.
Case study of a landlord who was looking to sell up without considering implications of no capital gains tax roll-over on buytolet property
Despite the economic uncertainty surrounding Europe BuytoLet products have remained very stable in terms of pricing to the consumer.
I received an email requesting advice on buy to let property portfolio building. Read thoughts from myself and other landlords
As Banks are pulling out of development finance new lenders are coming into the market to increase competition lower costs and fill the void.
A story of how logic and reason won the day when my guests of one of my tenants flooded a bathroom in one of my rental properties
Norwich City Council Tax Department refused to give me exemption on a vacant property which was being refurbished between tenancies. I won!
Bed Bug problems are increasing day by day and due to the Olympics hotels and houses in London and the surrounding areas are at more risk than ever.
The simple SAFEagent kite mark makes it easy for tenants & landlords to identify which agents are members of client money protection schemes.
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