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Being A Landlord Helps Future Proof Savings


Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Property Investment Still Regarded As Safest Way For Landlords To Future Proof Savings Property investors who are looking to become landlords may have a promising financial outlook ahead of them, thanks to continuing high tenant demand for rental properties in the UK private rented sector and the continued development of specialist products and services designed to [...]


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Offer Your Clients More – Franchise With Legal4Landlords


Thursday, August 15, 2013

  Award Winning Franchise Opportunity In A Thriving Global Lettings Industry Legal 4 Landlords are offering global property professionals the opportunity to be a part of one of the fastest growing franchise networks providing specialist services to the lettings industry. This opportunity comes at the right time for property professionals who want to be more [...]


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The Success Of UK’s Largest Landlord Specialists


Thursday, May 9, 2013

Landlord Specialists Are Leading The Way In The UK Legal 4 Landlords are an independent company based in the North West of England that has been built to be landlord specialists from the ground up! Started as a small business in 2008, the primary focus was on providing access to the necessary legal services for landlords and letting [...]


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Will Migrants Make UK Housing Shortage Worse?


Monday, January 14, 2013

Government ministers face an increasing amount of pressure to disclose their official estimate of how many immigrants will pour into Britain next year from Eastern Europe, after remarks were made on The BBC’s Sunday Politics Show. Communities and Local Government (DCLG) Secretary Eric Pickles conceded on TV that a wave of immigrants from Romania and [...]


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EU Decision Saves UK Buy-To-Let Mortgages


Monday, June 11, 2012

The decision by MEP’s to remove Buy-To-Let mortgages from the scope of a new EU Directive has been welcomed by a host of property professionals including the Residential Landlords Association (RLA) and Legal 4 Landlords. Under the original European plans, mortgage lenders would no longer have been able to take account of rental income when [...]


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