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Insurance Premium Tax Rise Due On 1st November 2015


Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Insurance Premium Tax Increase Will Have Direct Affect On Landlord Profits As you may already know, the Government declared in the 2015 Summer Budget that there would be an increase in Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) for all insurance policies taken out by individuals and companies in the UK. This will affect the cost of landlord [...]


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Buy-To-Let Property Investment Increasing


Thursday, May 23, 2013

Disgruntled savers who refuse to continue to suffer dreadful interest rates offered by banks are turning to buy-to-let property to provide very lucrative returns. Property investment in the UK is increasing and more and more people are becoming aware of the potential profitability of letting out decent standard rental property to tenants who want somewhere to live. [...]


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Accidental Landlords Expanding Buy-To-Let Profits


Wednesday, September 19, 2012

According to data from the National Landlords Association (NLA) only 57% of current landlords deliberately set out to enter the UK Buy-To-Let market. Many property owners became “reluctant” or “accidental” landlords in unexpected ways, often due the inability to sell property because of the recession and the perceived crash of the UK property market. However, [...]


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Landlord Insurance Influenced By Tenants


Friday, June 1, 2012

Landlords and letting agents need to be aware of the importance of having the right Landlord Insurance policy to protect their rental property assets rather than tailoring insurance policies to suit the needs of their tenants. UK landlords are discovering that some insurance companies are reluctant to cover certain categories of tenants, including students or [...]


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Student Rental Market Thriving


Wednesday, May 30, 2012

The Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) has issued advice on the UK student lettings market to first time landlords. UK Landlords should look to the student lettings market in order to get their empty properties rented out, according to ARLA. With over 600,000 students starting university courses in major UK cities this September, the [...]


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