The world of buy-to-let is constantly evolving, and with new tax changes set to come into force from April this year, as well as the surprise ban on letting agent fees, more and more landlords could begin to feel the pinch in the coming months. With this in mind, many landlords may be choosing to … Continue reading Is Self-Management for You?
Another turbulent year is coming to a close and 2017 is not gearing up to be much of an improvement. Before we look ahead at the changes coming about next year, now is the perfect time to mention our quarterly landlord survey. We are currently running our last of 2016, so please do spare some … Continue reading Will 2017 be doom & gloom for landlords?
Christmas is weeks away, Mariah Carey’s on the radio, and newspapers prophesise a cold snap to end all cold snaps, much in the same way as they have done for time immemorial. It’s December, and as everyone is trying to figure out whether to put in effort with the presents or totally cop out … Continue reading Seven Tips to Prepare your Property in Winter
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) released a study today (7 December 2016) that finds 7m Britons are in poverty despite being from working families. We received advanced sight of the report ahead of publication but decided not to provide comment to the press ahead of the morning papers on the basis we did not want … Continue reading Who’s to blame for in-work poverty?
The NLA exists to support private landlords, we do this in a lot of practical ways including giving advice, lobbying policy makers, providing insurance, training, discounted services and providing opportunities for networking; to name just a few. Irrespective of the activity or the service; at the core of everything we do is the need to … Continue reading Getting to know you….