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Why Run Property Businesses At A Loss When There Is Help Available?


Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Rent Protection Insurance Can Help Avoid Running Rental Property At A Loss According to new findings from the National Landlords Association (NLA), 27% of landlords who rent out a single property only just manage to break even or operate them at a loss, while 19% of landlords with 2 – 4 rental properties also just [...]


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PRS Rents Reach All Time High


Thursday, October 24, 2013

PRS Rents Increase Again UK Private Rented Sector (PRS) landlords enjoyed an average return of 7.4% in September 2013, up from 6.1% in August, according to the latest buy-to-let index published by LSL Property Services. The percentage rises are equivalent to an earned average income of £12,129 (GBP) produced by just one typical rental property [...]


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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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Landlords Still Worried About Energy Efficiency


Wednesday, June 20, 2012

More than 17% (1 in 6) of UK PRS landlords reckon that some or all of the properties in their rental portfolio’s fall into the lowest Energy Performance Certificate categories, with an F or G rating, meaning that they could end up being banned from the rental market. From 2018 under the Government’s Green Deal [...]


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No EPC – No Deal!


Friday, March 16, 2012

From 6th April 2012, UK landlords and letting agents will be required to produce a new Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) for all rental properties in England and Wales. Bringing the rules for letting and selling property into line. The new government rules mean that landlords and letting agents must ensure an Energy Performance Certificate, (EPC), [...]


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