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The Market is Recovering, and the Race is On!

We’re seeing many signs on the property front line that the market is roaring back to life post-lockdown, and if you want to get some of the action you need to act fast. In this article we’re going to share some of our own experiences as investors post-lockdown to show you that it’s a great

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How to Stay Safe Viewing Property

Now that the property market has re-opened for business, many investors will be keen to get out there again and find some deals. As we’re thrust into this new world though, it’s important that we conduct viewings safely. Let’s look at how we can do that. A)     Prepare in advance It’s always a good idea

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How to Weigh up an Area

As an investor, how do you spot the next big thing? – The next big area! A goldmine, a hotspot, a new kid on the block. How do you get into the action early? All good questions. And whilst you can never be sure what’s going to happen in an area in the long term,

February 12th, 2020 by
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Leasehold Properties: All you Need to Know

What is a leasehold property and what do you need to consider if you’re buying one? Here we look into it for you. As a property investor you will almost certainly have come across a great find only to see that it’s leasehold. It’s not always a problem but it can be if you don’t

January 31st, 2020 by
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Extra Stamp Duty on Additional Properties

Here we are going to explore everything you need to know about the higher Stamp Duty rates that apply to investors owning multiple residential properties. Firstly, what is an ‘additional property’? Simply put, if you own or have an interest in a property already (anywhere in the world), even if that’s your main home, you

January 16th, 2020 by
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What Does 2020 Have in Store for Landlords?

We’ve looked at a few of the negatives from a landlord’s perspective. The landlord tax changes coming in April and the implications. The fact that energy efficiency standards are tightening in the private rented sector. But there’s reason for positivity too… The General Election Whether you were happy with Boris Johnson’s resounding victory or not,

December 30th, 2019 by
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How to Buy a Property at Auction

We’ve all seen investors make huge profits on TV shows by buying at auction, but what you don’t see too much of is what happens when things go wrong. Of course, buying at auction brings great potential, but you need to do your homework and get it right before the auction not just while you’re

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Landlord Tax Changes: The Implications

By now you’ve probably heard about Section 24, the new tax laws for landlords coming into force in April 2020. Here we look at what’s happening and what it means for you. It’s important to keep on top of all the new regulations coming next year. So much so that our last two articles have

November 26th, 2019 by
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Energy Efficiency Standards Tightening for Private Rented Sector

On 1st April 2018 MEES (The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards) came into force. The aim being to ensure privately rented properties have an energy performance certificate (EPC) rating of band E or better. As with most regulations, MEES has been implemented in phases, with two important dates left for you to consider: 1st April 2019

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Why Overpricing a Property Isn’t a Good Idea

Whether you’re selling to the public via a traditional agent or you’re selling a deal to investors, it’s generally not a good idea to inflate your asking price. Here we’ll look at why that’s the case in general and then we’ll look at this in more depth should investors be your target market. It will

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