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10th August 2016
The new Housing and Planning Minister Gavin Barwell, MP for Croydon, who was appointed by Prime Minister Theresa May two weeks ago, might mean good news to many landlords, especially those opposed to the introduction of landlord licensing schemes. ... more »
4th August 2016
The government wants landlords to pay up to £5,000 a property to upgrade hundreds of thousands of homes with poor energy efficiency. Around 330,000 older Victorian and Edwardian homes need up to £1.65 billion to be spent on insulation, draught proofing and replacing inefficient boilers, says the Department for Business,... ... more »
27th July 2016
After months of protests and consternation, the last in a raft of tax changes to hit landlords is due to start from April 2017 unless new Chancellor Phillip Hammond announces a last-minute U-turn. Buy to let property owners have dreaded the introduction of mortgage finance relief and quietly hoped the recent... ... more »
21st July 2016
House prices were up 8.1% in the 12 months to the end of May, according to the last official pre-Brexit data. The figures from the Office of National Statistics benchmark the cost of an average home at £211,230 before the June 23 referendum. ... more »
13th July 2016
Data from one of the country’s leading estate agents reveals that the number of buy to let landlords looking to buy property has plunged to the lowest level for six years. The drop follows the government introducing a stamp duty surcharge for landlords and second home owners from April 1. ... more »