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6 buy-to-let rules that could cost landlords thousands

6 buy-to-let rules that could cost landlords thousands

Which? looks at the most costly areas for landlords to be fined, from failing to adhere to licencing schemes to not following the eviction process properly

As rents rise, how should landlords decide what to charge on their buy-to-let?

As rents rise, how should landlords decide what to charge on their buy-to-let?

Rents are on the rise in England and Wales, with a third of lettings agents reporting increases in June this year. But as a private landlord, how do you decide...

Landlords risk £5,000 fines under new energy rules

Landlords risk £5,000 fines under new energy rules

More than 300,000 landlords could be slapped with fines of up to £5,000 if they don’t improve the energy efficiency of their rental homes, under new rules coming into force next year. Earlier...

12 things buy-to-let landlords need to know in 2017

12 things buy-to-let landlords need to know in 2017

New data shows landlords are increasingly reluctant to buy property in recent months, following a raft of new regulations – but are you up-to-date with your obligations? Statistics from the Council of Mortgage Lenders...

Will tenancy insurance replace the six-week deposit?

Will tenancy insurance replace the six-week deposit?

The struggle to scrape together six weeks rent for a deposit could become a thing of the past, as a new mobile phone application is offering tenants the option to...

The most expensive places to be a landlord revealed

The most expensive places to be a landlord revealed

Landlords are losing a third of their rental income to meet the costs of running a buy-to-let property, new research has revealed. A survey by Kent Reliance found the average...

Budget 2017: what’s coming in the 2017-18 tax year?

Budget 2017: what’s coming in the 2017-18 tax year?

This year’s Spring Budget, in which the Chancellor of the Exchequer announces key changes affecting our finances in the upcoming tax year and beyond, takes place on 8 March 2017....

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