In September 2020 the government launched a consultation: “Improving the energy performance of privately rented homes. We’re seeking views on proposals around raising energy performance standards for the domestic private rented sect... read more »
How the proposed scrapping of Section 21 will impact landlords For years, tenant groups and the Government have been urging the abolition of Section 21 "no fault" evictions.   Currently, landlords can evict tenants after the first six months ... read more »
Landlords to be given more powers to evict unruly tenants The UK Government has announced an action plan to crack down on anti-social behaviour giving more powers to the police to target perpetrators with swift and visible justice in England and Wal... read more »
The initial move towards introducing a mandatory ombudsman scheme for private landlords has been taken by the government. This marks the first step in implementing some of the expected proposals to be featured in the upcoming Renters Reform Bill, whi... read more »
If you own an investment property as a landlord, you can expect to pay taxes throughout the investment's lifespan. These taxes include: when you purchase the property, when you rent it, and eventually when you sell or transfer ownership.   To ... read more »
Winter may be the perfect season for moisture, but it's not a welcome addition to your buy-to-let investment. Ignoring moisture in a property can result in the rapid growth of mould and mildew, which not only damages the property's appearance but als... read more »
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