This week we’ve partnered with Jessie Sparks to look at the best advice for landlords looking to renovate their student lets.
As a landlord, finding the right tenant for your property in a timely manner will always be at the front of your mind in a bid to minimise void periods. Whilst marketing your property does plenty of the legwork in … Continue reading
In the aftermath of the recent weather, properties across the North West have been covered in snow, pelted by hail, soaked through torrential rain and battered by turbulent winds. With the unpredictability of the British weather seemingly one of the … Continue reading
The beginning of February marks the end of the 31st January deadline to submit your self-assessment tax return for the year ended 5 April 2019. As a result of hundreds failing to meet this deadline however, some landlords face a … Continue reading
Any form of post-tenancy dispute is never desirable, but there are a number of reasons they typically exist; one in particular coming from the subject of deposits. But what are the biggest issues when it comes to disputes surrounding deposits … Continue reading
Many landlords specify that pets are not permitted in their properties; however the Government are looking to overturn this with official regulations. There are a number of reasons why not all landlords allow for tenants to bring pets into their … Continue reading
New Anti-Money Laundering (AML) rules coming into effect early next year will make it the first time letting agents have been subjected to such legislation.
The fast-approaching festive season is the signal to begin winding down for the New Year; welcoming in vast changes to the political landscape but also the beginning of a new decade. Every single resident of the United Kingdom is set … Continue reading
This week Abode are pledging their support to Fire Door Safety Week. In our bid to raise awareness and the importance of these life saving devices, here are some of the facts about fire doors in Houses of Multiple Occupation … Continue reading
Purchasing a residential property over £125,000, whether as a homeowner or Buy-To-Let landlord means having to pay STDLT (Stamp Duty Land Tax). Treasury coffers have netted close to £9.3 billion in SDLT receipts on 1.1 million residential transactions across the … Continue reading