How To Profit From Online Shopping
By Partnering With Amazon
Are you interested in profiting from the booming trend of online shopping that doesn’t involve affiliate marketing.
You see, according to a recent international study, the average British citizen will buy 21.2 items online in 2015, spending around £55.36 per purchase online.
And there’s […]
Everyone Appears To Be Taking A Pop At Landlords
I don’t think I am becoming paranoid but have you noticed that public attitude towards landlords has changed over the last couple of years?
I know opinion can be like the property cycle and generally rolls around, but have you spotted a few subtle and […]
RLA Find Serious Drafting Error In Rented Housing Regulations Of Proposed Deregulation Bill
The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) have called on the Government to delay the implementation of the proposed Deregulation Act after they found errors in the wording of the document that would expose private rental sector landlords to a legal minefield.
The RLA […]
New Smoke And Carbon Monoxide
Alarm Legislation Comes Into Force
On 1st October
On October 1st 2015 the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations are supposed to come into force meaning that landlords or their appointed lettings and property managing agents must […]
Active Or Passive Property Investment Methods – Which Works Best For You?
There are many different approaches to property investment and a multitude of different methods and strategies that can be employed to generate profits from property, but which style of property investment methodology works best for you?
There isn’t enough room on this post […]
UK PRS Rental Price Growth Stalls
It was widely expected that UK private rented sector (PRS) rental prices would increase during the course of 2015, due to the lack of available rental properties on the market and continued strong demand from prospective tenants.
However, research by HomeLet found that the pace of rent rises had […]
Lawful Tenants Refused Rental Properties
Because Of Right To Rent Immigration Checks
Right to Rent immigration checks could cause more UK private rented sector (PRS) landlords to refuse tenancy applications from lawful tenants because they are over cautious about letting to tenants with foreign accents and names or have unfamiliar identity documents.
According to […]
Shelter Attacks PRS Landlords With
More Bogus Propaganda
The homelessness charity, Shelter are once again targeting private rental sector landlords, with claims of abuse and neglect being aimed at the sector.
Shelter claim that that 125,000 tenants have suffered abusive behaviour from landlords in the past year and the health of 1 Million private rental […]
Government Issue Muted Response To Tax Relief Petition
The Government has published a response to the online petition that opposes the proposals to change the amount of tax relief on buy to let mortgages announced by the Chancellor, […]
One of the most common problems faced by people when they want to invest in property for the first time, is the same for those investors who want to buy more properties…
To put it simply, without access to finance people […]