One of the biggest pains for landlords is finding good quality tradespeople to undertake those crucial improvements to a new portfolio acquisition. What can you do to ensure you get the best, but at the best value?
When it comes to Stamp Duty, knowing the finer details can really help with working out your finances, not to mention ensuring you make the right offer for you when taking the plunge. We've asked the most common Stamp Duty questions...
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...
A good outdoor space often comes near the top of a tenant's wish list when exploring rental properties. Here are just a few things you can do to over the Easter period to bring your garden back up to scratch.
If you have been in property for a while, the chances are that you either already own 'Houses in Multiple Occupation' (HMO) properties or are at least considering the idea. After all, it can be a great cash flow strategy!
With so much new legislation coming into force, leaving landlords facing potential new headaches when it comes to their portfolios, it could be easy to forget the more standard obligations when it comes to letting a property.
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
Following all the recent changes to the landlord and property scene over the last couple of years, it was not rocket science to have predicted that they would have a significant impact on the market as a whole.
Freezing temperatures, icy roads and a dumping of the white stuff have struck almost the whole of the country over the past week. One thing most people tend to forget about during spells of cold weather is their home...
The new Landlords and Tenants survey by NatWest has revealed that over a third of British landlords are feeling good about the UK rental market and want to invest in more buy to let properties in the future.