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  • Limited company plans could cost landlords £1,000 a year.
    Posted on 30 Jun 2017 |

    Buy to let investors who choose to use a limited company to manage their portfolio could be £1,000 worse off a year, according to new research.
  • Rents fall in Scotland in May.
    Posted on 30 Jun 2017 |

    Average rents in Scotland fell in May, with prices falling back ahead of the general election. Average rents stood at £561 at the end of the month, a fall of 2.3% on the figure for the end of April.
  • Section 24: Will rents go up?
    Posted on 28 Jun 2017 |

    Faced with the prospect of having their income significantly reduced, if not wiped out completely, many landlords will have little choice but to increase rents in order to compensate for the much higher tax bills they will be facing as Section 24 is rolled out.
  • NLA condemns rent deposit plans.
    Posted on 26 Jun 2017 |

    The National Landlords Association has hit out at plans, announced in the Queen’s Speech, to cap deposits.
  • Sharp decline in the number of homes for rent.
    Posted on 22 Jun 2017 |

    There has been a sharp decline in the number of homes available to rent over the past six years.
  • June house prices fall for first time since 2009.
    Posted on 19 Jun 2017 |

    House prices have fallen in June for the first time since 2009, in a sign the spring selling season may be stalling. The data, from a survey by Rightmove, has revealed that asking prices have fallen by o.4%, bringing the annual rate of price increase down to 1.8%, the lowest it’s been since April 2013.
  • Section 24: Why was it introduced?
    Posted on 16 Jun 2017 |

    In a previous article, we looked at how Section 24 will change the existing tax system for landlords as it’s rolled out, but many landlords have expressed confusion about what the reforms are intended to achieve. In the second article in our series on Section 24, we will look at the reasons why the legislation was introduced and how landlords have responded to it.
  • Tax reforms, Section 24 hit BTL mortgage lending.
    Posted on 14 Jun 2017 |

  • Election fallout: BTL market hoping for no new unpleasant surprises.
    Posted on 12 Jun 2017 |

    Following the UK general election, the buy to let market will be hoping the new government doesn’t introduce any new policies affecting the sector.
  • Election 2017: How will the property market respond to a hung Parliament?
    Posted on 9 Jun 2017 |

    For some landlords who were concerned about the possible impact of some of the housing policies in the election manifestos, the hung Parliament might be a relief, but for others, the uncertainty could damage confidence in the market.

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