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Landlords Property Insurance Landlords Increasingly Looking To Sell Up

Landlords increasingly looking to sell up

A new sentiment survey of landlords has revealed that a growing number of them are looking to sell their properties because of the upcoming buy to let tax relief changes. The sentiment survey from Your Move and Reeds Rains says that the tax change is a ‘major concern’ for landlords and 23% say that now […]

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Landlord Syndicate Reforms will see landlords facing a tax bombshell

Reforms will see landlords facing a tax bombshell

More than 60% of landlords with private rental properties face being pushed into higher rates of income tax because of Government reforms, according to research. The Residential Landlords’ Association (RLA) says this is no time for landlords to feel complacent after the Chancellor George Osborne announced in his budget that mortgage interest relief for landlords […]

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Landlord Syndicate Landlords over 50

Landlords over 50 “make no profit”

An investigation has revealed that for landlords aged over 50, around 10% of them do not make any profit whatsoever from their rental property investment. The findings come from Saga Landlord Insurance who say that many landlords have gained ‘substantial’ financial awards since entering the UK’s private rental sector though another 25% said they had […]

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HMO additional licensing

Luton votes in licensing for all HMOs

Luton councillors are accused of running a sham house in multiple occupation (HMO) consultation and failing to answer the concerns of critics.

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Residential Landlords Association

Residential Landlords Association

The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) aims to raise private letting standards and provide discount services to the group’s 10,000 plus members.

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