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London & Country

9 months ago

What happens to my mortgage when I move home?

If you're planning to move to a new property, it's important to understand your mortgage options and any possible extra charges you might face so you can factor these in to your moving costs. Here's what you need to know...

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Hazel de Kloe

9 months ago

Landlords...Are YOU GDPR Ready?

The changes coming to data protection law in the form of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) on 25th May this year. Now, I can hear you ask...'Why and how does this affect me as a landlord?'

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TPFG

11 months ago

Top tips to grow your property portfolio

Property investors could be forgiven for thinking they have a target on their heads, such is the sheer amount of legislative change currently engulfing the rental sector. But there are still some key strategies you can employ to grow your portfolio

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TPFG

12 months ago

Top tips for spring cleaning your property

It's almost spring - the clocks go forward, the evenings are lighter and, most importantly, summer is just around the corner. But spring also brings with it one final challenge for the discerning homeowner or landlord... a good old-fashioned tidy-up

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London & Country

1 year ago

Buy-to-let market outlook

A raft of changes, including steeper stamp duty charges, have proved challenging for many buy-to-let landlords, although rental inflation has still risen slightly over the past year. London & Country take a look at the buy-to-let market...

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TPFG

1 year ago

Fall in love with your home

February is the month of love, with Valentine's Day just around the corner, and it's time to reflect on how you met the love of your life and make plans for the future. But why should humans get all the affection? Your property deserves some romance too..

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TPFG

1 year ago

HMOs produce highest buy to let yields in 2017

HMOs last year produced the highest average yields of all buy to let properties at a very healthy 8.9%. And despite falling below 9% for the first time since 2011, HMO properties were comfortably ahead of multi-unit blocks on 8.1%.

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