Charging rent is how a landlord makes their investment worthwhile. But how often should rental prices be increased and how do you work out how much to raise it by?
If you’re thinking of investing in property then you might be wondering what the best type of property is to invest in. During recent years the UK economy has been through some tough times and good quality flats typically cost much less than you would pay for a house.
Finally some good news for buy-to-let landlords. According to Mortgage Brain, the mortgage costs in the buy-to-let property market have been falling since the second quarter of 2019 as lenders are competing to offer the best deals.
The main worry of holiday home ownership is accidental or malicious damage by your guests. Having a comprehensive insurance policy will give you peace of mind.
In what has been labelled the “biggest change to the private rental sector for a generation”, the UK government has announced plans to abolish ‘no-fault evictions’ that were introduced under section 21 of the 1988 Housing Act.
Wind damage can affect our lives in many ways. The most obvious is damage to the properties that we own but it could also be falling trees or branches that cause damage to other peoples property.
With an official Brexit date set for March, the value of the pound has slumped and the property market has slowed down leaving landlords worried about rising inflation and the post-Brexit property market.