Expert advice on buy-to-let success

Tax changes introduced by Chancellor George Osborne have left many landlords struggling to make their buy-to-let investments profitable. While the introduction of a 3% stamp...

Buy-to-Let Reforms: The Impact on the Amateur Investor

The buy-to-let sector has seen its fair share of changes lately, and this has left many landlords uncertain about where they stand – or...
Right to Rent For Landlords

How to comply with new Right to Rent rules

New rules coming into force in February 2016 will force landlords across the country to carry out Right to Rent checks on all prospective tenants. In a...
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How to prevent electrical fires in the home

When it comes to keeping you and your family safe at home, the possibility of a fire in your home is often top of...

How to attract and keep the perfect tenant

Whether you’re a private landlord or operating through a letting agency, communication is key when it comes to finding the perfect tenant and keeping...

The only way is app – Five must-have mobile apps that are helping estate...

What is the difference between an online-only estate agent and a boutique-style property business that markets £1m-plus properties in the heart of London? The...

5 myths about rodents

Rodents often top the list of animals you just don’t want in your home. While they’re fine if you keep them as pets, wild...

Fire! How to protect your home

Burglary, flooding and property damage top the list of risks to our homes. But it can be easy to overlook fire among those concerns. After...

Landlords fall into buy-to-let tax trap

The surprise tax changes that Chancellor George Osborne revealed in July's summer budget have left buy-to-let investors across the UK crunching numbers to work...

Your guide to the Party Wall Act

The Party Wall etc Act 1996 highlights the framework for resolving and preventing any disputes related to party walls, excavations and boundary walls near...

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