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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.

George Dibb

George has built up a portfolio of rental properties over a number of years, focusing on traditional buy-to-let properties and refurbishment strategies in the North of England. George leverages his background in investment to focus on active and research led investment across both property and financial markets. George is a regular contributor to the Landlord Vision blog, focusing on property investment, the profession of being a landlord and writing market research material.

The New Generation of Landlords Have Arrived

A quick online search will produce a whole host of tips and tricks for staying young. You may be advised to moisturise daily or load up on antioxidants to fight inflammation. However, few sites will advise you that becoming a landlord will prevent the onset of age. Yet, landlords in Britain are becoming increasingly youthful.  

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Should You Be Paying the Data Protection Fee?

It is increasingly common for ambitious or tax conscious landlords to operate their properties through a limited company structure. In fact, more companies were set up to hold buy-to-let properties between 2016 and 2020 than in the whole of the preceding 50 years. There are more than 225,000 limited companies operated by landlords in the UK. 

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There is Money to be Made in Monetary Policy

There are few things quite as dull as a monetary policy report. For many people, the term ‘monetary policy’ is enough to immediately lose their attention. It is understandable, monetary policy relies on economic theories, the reports often use financial jargon to refer to complex tools and changes are often measured in basis points (one-hundredth of a percent). It is not exactly the kind of material that would get someone out of their seat. However, this can be problematic as monetary policy is integral to property investment. In fact, it is integral to property ownership in general. 

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