Eddie Hughes, the MP for Walsall North, and head of the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) has resigned. Hughes is the architect of the Renters Reform Bill that is going through formal evidence sessions in Parliament. He ...

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The residential property rental reforms may not have the landlords’ interests in mind. It may even put them at risk. The bill intended to create balanced and well-executed regulations for the private rented sector. However, industry organisations like the National ...

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Furnished property is no longer only for the student market In my last article, I discussed the pros and cons of furnishing your buy-to-let property. One of the biggest advantages of letting furnished is that your property will appeal to ...

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How investors remortgage and grow portfolios safely By using a remortgaging strategy to buy a residential investment property, investors could be rewarded by several tax benefits. These include: Releasing capital gains without paying capital gains tax, enabling faster portfolio growth Reducing income tax ...

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Deciding which property investment strategy is best for you When you’re searching for the best property investment opportunities, your choice will depend upon several factors. Perhaps the most important of these is your property investment objective. Without knowing what you ...

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Prices up. Confidence up. More cash buyers of investment property. Rents are rising. Recent property investment news points to a strange phenomenon in the UK residential property market. Around the time of the EU Referendum last year, all the property ...

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