It’s bad but not as bad as it could have been! – Landlord Update 25 October 2020

Quick summary today.New Computer Go Live 1st December 2020.. Finally EICR and the lawEvictionsRent ArrearsRent Drops and Time to Rent OutShould You Sell?Autumn Webinar SeriesYou can click forward to the Chapters in the video. 

How To Improve Cash Flow on Rental Property

7 Strategies to Help Buy-To-Let Landlords Become More Profitable Cash flow is the difference between income and outgoings. For property investors, it is calculated by deducting mortgage repayments and other costs from rental income. Positive cash flow is when rental income exceeds all costs. Negative cash flow happens when your costs exceed your rental income. [...]

Is Raising the Rent of a Good Tenant a Bad Idea?

Tips to Think Logically and Make the Right Rent Review Decision A decision that causes many buy-to-let landlords to have sleepless nights is whether they should raise the rent of a good tenant. After all, good tenants can be hard to find. Exceptional tenants are like gold dust. When you are blessed with a tenant [...]

Why UK Politicians are in the dark on the Future Of Renting in the UK

Video Transcription: Hi guys. So why I think the housing industry and market have changed dramatically, but politicians are still being dinosaurs back in the dark ages. They haven't really accommodated for this. And what do I mean by this is, if we think about it, everything is moving towards a shared economy, okay? You've [...]

Make Your Rental Property Attractive to All Generations

How to Attract Quality Tenants When you invest in property, one rule to follow is to invest in an every person property – a property that draws the widest range of potential tenants possible. The more people who want to rent your property, the more chance it has of being rented quickly. Greater competition from [...]

7 Ways to Increase Your Rental Income

From Painting to Building an Extension, What Is Your Best Option? According to a study by major insurers, the average tenancy in the UK lasts around 18 months. Many of the tenancies of our landlord clients last much longer. Tenants are looking to find a home. Landlords want to maximise their rental income. The two [...]

How to Use Section 13 to Make a Rent Increase

Raising Rents When Your Tenant Disputes the Increase If you are a buy-to-let landlord who is looking to make a rent increase on your property, you may wish to read our article, ‘How to Raise Rents without Resistance from Your Tenants’. But what if you cannot agree on a new rental amount with your tenant? [...]

High Employment Boosts Rental Values

A Perfect Storm to Raise Rents Figures from ARLA Propertymark and research from Howsy show that landlords are benefitting from higher rental values, thanks to the UK’s booming jobs market. More tenants than ever before are facing rising rental values, with buy-to-let landlords helped not only by higher employment but also by increasing demand and [...]

Why buy-to-let landlords must increase rents each year

Tips to help landlords maintain their business profits Many buy-to-let landlords find it hard to increase rent, especially if their tenants are good, long-term tenants. However, not increasing rents each year could be a big mistake. You have rising costs to consider, and a tougher mortgage and tax regime have made it more difficult to [...]

Rents continue to rise as more tenants are happy to rent for life

What does the new lifestyle trend and rising rents really mean for buy-to-let landlords? Great news for buy-to-let landlords has emerged in the last couple of weeks. First, rental prices in the private rented sector (PRS) have continued a rising four-year trend. Second, a third of tenants would be happy to rent for life. What [...]

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