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How the Private Rental Sector Has Grown: A Decade of Expansion in the UK

In this article, we'll delve into the data provided by Dataloft Inform to explore the regional changes that have occurred between 2011 and 2021.

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The Ins and Outs of Selective Licensing Schemes in the UK

In this article, we will delve into the workings of selective licensing schemes, their benefits, and potential drawbacks.

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When is the best time for Landlords to remortgage

By far the biggest outgoing for the majority of landlords is the mortgage payments on the property they are renting out and keeping on top of mortgage rates

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How to Avoid Voids

In this article, we will explore some tips on how to avoid voids!

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The Break-Even Point for UK Landlords: Understanding the Math and Maximising Your Investment

In this article, we will delve into the concept of the break-even point, explain how it is calculated, and outline the factors you should include in your calculations.

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What the Changes to Capital Gains Tax Means for Landlords

To understand the changes to Capital Gains Tax (CGT), we first need to review what the tax is and who it applies to and when.

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Difference between statutory and contractual periodic tenancies

When renting a property with an Assured Shorthold tenancy (AST) agreement there is always a fixed period which is typically 6 months or a year.

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A Landlords Guide to Deposit Protection Schemes

Deposit protection schemes have been mandatory for a number of years but there still appears to be some confusion when it come to the different types of registration.

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Income Tax self-assessment digitisation to be delayed

The Government is taking great strides to digitise as much as they can, The Land Registry is becoming increasingly digitised, right to rent checks are now being carried out online, self assessment income tax will be going the same way.

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Landlords and CCTV

Whilst this is perfectly legal and often a very good idea, in this article we take a look at the rules and regulations around CCTV and what a landlord should be aware of when considering installing a CCTV system.

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