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Landlord Insider

On the Landlord Insider blog, you’ll find some excellent resources for landlords of all sizes. From the latest landlord news, to professional advice, tips and guides for landlords, there’s something for everyone. Brought to you by the excellent team behind the Landlord Vision property management software.

From Fines to Custodial Sentences – When Landlords & Agents Break the Law 

Mousetrap and house keys, Fraud concept.

Still no sign of new legislation being introduced and the Government announced last month that the much anticipated Rental Reform White Paper will now not be published until 2022. It had been suggested that it would be published this autumn and I was expecting to write about it today but I’m not complaining; when it is published, I expect that there will be more than just the loss of Section 21 to concern us, but we will see. 

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Should Landlords Operate Through A Limited Company: Benefits and Drawbacks

Unincorporated landlords have been hit hard by a number of tax changes in recent years, including the gradual restriction in tax relief for mortgage and finance costs, such that relief is now only available as a tax reduction given at the basic rate. As this restriction does not apply to companies, a natural question is whether it is better for a landlord to operate through a limited company?

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Financing the Future: Seizing Opportunities in Interesting Times

2021 has been an unpredictable and volatile year for many British industries. Yet the housing market has boomed throughout the chaos caused by the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Housing prices have skyrocketed to a record high of £262,956 as of August. As a result, what property investors are looking for in their properties of choice has changed significantly. 

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