Student property has long been a popular investment for many, but will harsh tax changes start to outweigh the attractive yields that the market has to offer?
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September and January are the busiest months for landlords across the UK with an average of over 500,000 students going to university each year. Students are often looking to start […]
A positive relationship between a landlord and tenant can often be difficult to maintain due to opposing views, meaning disputes between both parties are becoming more common. Understanding the challenges […]
Deposits have long been one of the biggest sticking points in the property market. It’s obvious why landlords want them and even many tenants would probably recognise that the principle […]
At Rocket Lawyer UK, we’ve helped to answer over 10,000 legal questions from our members since 2012. From doing some analysis we’ve managed to pick out some common issues that […]
The government has confirmed that there will be an extension of the licensing rules for Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) and that all landlords covered by the rules must apply […]
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has announced that a code of practice and an independent regulator will be introduced for letting and managing agents in England, specifically […]
As a landlord you have a number of responsibilities either directly to your tenants or for the specifics of your property. Recent changes regarding Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) means landlords […]
In Rocket Lawyer’s #HowDoI series, I’ll give you step-by-step instructions to solve common legal issues many people have.
Last year saw a number of dramatic changes for landlords and the rental market. Recently, there have been changes to buy-to-let mortgage tax relief, affordability tests and stamp duty which […]
Getting your property back from your tenant can be tricky if don’t follow the correct procedure. You can either serve a Section 8 notice or a Section 21 notice depending on […]
Not many landlords would typically associate themselves with consumer law. Most landlords would normally refer to themselves as investors, however they are providing a service (a home) to consumers (their […]