Leasehold properties are commonly associated with apartments, where the owner of the property owns the apartment itself, but not the land on which it lies. This is owned by the landlord and is leased to the apartment owner. The length … Continue Reading
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How a little communication can help you repair your relationship with your tenant (and build your reputation) Do you know who’s responsible for common problems, like repairing white goods or even changing lightbulbs? A new study* took 1000 landlords and … Continue Reading
There are plenty of reasons Londoners should be wary of buying a property in London – especially if you’re young and looking for your first property. Some scholars – such as Paul Cheshire, professor of economic geography at London School of … Continue Reading
If you are self-employed and applying for a mortgage, lenders will want to see evidence of your last 2 or 3 years earnings. This means obtaining your HMRC Tax Calculations, (sometimes referred to as a SA302) and Tax Year Overviews … Continue Reading
With more and more people now looking at a remortgage or refinance at the end of their current mortgage product in order to take advantage of the current low-interest rate environment, many lenders have sought to become even more competitive … Continue Reading