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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.

Property Investment Strategies – Flipping

A few years back this strategy was all the rage among property afficionados, but recently stories of the thousands made flipping properties have widely diminished. For various reasons the government has been keen to make this strategy more difficult for property investors, but it hasn’t lost its relevance all together. Flipping is still a good strategy, but now it needs a little more planning and a lot more number crunching than it did before.  

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Joint Property And Form 17: Practical Points

Divorce Concept. House Property Division. Male And Female Pawn Figures On Seesaw

It is relatively common for an asset (e.g. an investment property) to be jointly held in the names of a married couple (or civil partners). The general rule is that those individuals are treated for income tax purposes as beneficially entitled to the property income in equal shares. This is sometimes referred to as the ’50:50 rule’.  

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Property Investment Strategies – Short Term Lets

Dream beach house concept

Holiday and short-term lets or serviced accommodation are virtually the same model, but they may be used for different purposes. They can be an attractive proposition if your property is in an area that is conducive to it, think close to tourist attractions or areas that contain the offices of international businesses. This kind of strategy is an attractive one for property investors and is a common way to diversify a portfolio.  

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