As from June 1st, private landlords and estate agents in England can no longer charge fees to tenants. So, how will this change in legislation affect you?
Come the 1st June BOTH Private Landlords AND Agents can no longer charge fees to tenants. Predictions are that this could save a whopping 240 Million per year in tenants fees.
HMOs Vs Buy-to-Lets… Which is the best property investment strategy? If you’re considering investing in property, chances are you’ve weighed up the pros and cons of becoming a Landlord.
Let’s talk about Deal Stacking: AKA understanding whether your HMO investment will provide you with the level of profit you need to replace your income.
Firmly settled into 2019, I for one feel confident about the year ahead, where the following predictions will be key for HMO Landlords over the next 12 months…
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It is easy to see why HMOs (houses in multiple occupation) have become so popular over the last few years. The demand for affordable housing is increasing in most large towns and cities and there is currently a lot of pressure on the housing market to supply cheap and flexible living for different tenant types.
If you don’t know about the HMO Mandatory Licensing amendments that are in force from the 1st October 2018 in England then you must have been living under a rock! But don’t worry, in this month’s article I’m going to break down the legislation in small chunks.