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TPFG

1 week ago

Rental yield: How to work it out as a landlord

In order to work out how lucrative your buy-to-let property will be in terms of the money it makes you from rent, you'll need to work out the rental yield of the property. We've put together a quick guide on how to do it...

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TPFG

2 weeks ago

Autumn Budget update 2018

While yesterday's Budget was, as expected, more about Brexit than bricks and mortar, there were some key points made by Chancellor Philip Hammond that landlords, buyers and sellers should digest.

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TPFG

3 weeks ago

A fast sale: Tips for selling your house quickly

Selling your property can often take months, particularly in a buyers' market. You just need to know what YOU can do to make your home stand out from the crowd. Here are Martin & Co's best tips for selling your house quickly...

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London & Country

1 month ago

First-time buyers confused about stamp duty changes

More than 2m first-time buyers are in the dark as to whether recent changes to stamp duty will help them get onto the property ladder. Mortgage brokers L&C take a look at the current rules and what could be done to help first-time buyers...

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TPFG

1 month ago

Landlords: Should you accept pets in your property?

If dogs are a man's best friend then they seemingly are a landlord's biggest enemy. Most landlords simply refuse to allow pets in their buy-to-lets. But is the approach of most landlords justified and, most importantly, are those landlords missing limit

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TPFG

2 months ago

9 questions to ask when viewing a house

There are lots of things worth planning for before viewing a property to buy or rent. And none are more important than preparing a list of questions to ask the estate agent showing you round. Here are 9 questions we recommend asking on a viewing...

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Tax Insider

2 months ago

Building in the back garden: tax implications

Demand for new homes has never been greater and many homeowners with large gardens are finding that they can release capital by selling part of their garden to property developers or even build the property themselves

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London & Country

3 months ago

First-time buyer numbers up in April

The number of first-time buyers outstripped the number of home movers in April, with measures such as the recent stamp duty cut and the Help to Buy scheme helping many get onto the property ladder.

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TPFG

4 months ago

How to add value to your property

if you are considering some projects to add value to your home, follow this advice on the work that could really make a huge difference to your property money pot.

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