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The basic principle involved in calculating tax-deductible expenses on property is covered by s.272 Income Tax (Trading and Other Income) Act 2005 – expenses are allowable in exactly the same way as for a trade, that is, only if they are incurred ‘wholly and exclusively’ for the rental business. This principle cuts across the board [...]

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I have put a few points together to give you 7 things that an Estate Agent wont tell you! New to the Market This one single statement is open to a lot of interpretation. How long is it being on the market with that particular agency? So has the property actually been on the market [...]

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Due to a law change that came into effect at the end of 2018, estate agents and licensed conveyancing firms are now required by law to provide much greater transparency with regards to the fees being charged for conveyancing services. The laws that were introduced came into being on December 6th and they came at [...]

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As more and more people across the UK are renting, the Build to Rent model is one that is becoming increasingly popular with property investors. This sub-market within the larger market for residential properties is geared towards taking advantage of the fact that in large urban conurbations like London, as much as 30% of the population [...]

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Over the last few years, there has been an increased incidence of property investors looking at the rent-to-rent concept for opportunities to make profit. Depending on who you talk to, some will see it for the opportunity it is, while others will see it as a little too risky and complicated. So, to provide a [...]

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As we start the New Year you might be wondering about investing in HMOs for high cashflow and longterm wealth. I wouldn’t blame you! I’m planning on doing exactly the same, and this year we have a number of exciting HMO projects lined up. It took me just two and a half years to create [...]

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With the financial climate in Britain in 2019 being heavily influenced by the fact that the country’s impending exit from Europe is looming large, the yields on offer from traditional residential property investment in the UK have taken a bit of a hit of late. This has led to investors looking into other areas of [...]

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The VIP End of Year Awards were handed out during the ceremony on November 30th, 2018. The live stream on Youtube also gave a chance to those who couldn’t attend, to join in the celebration. Over 70 professional investors from the property industry came together to celebrate on this big night in the Progressive Property [...]

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For those who are serious about long term success in property investment, the term ‘yield’ is a very important one, as it describes the amount of net profit that exists once all is said and done. Investors need to have a clear idea of what a good yield is, in order to align their overall [...]

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What is shared ownership property? Shared ownership is a scheme which allows first time buyers to part buy and rent their homes. You typically own your share and then rent a portion of the part you don’t at a reduced rate. The buyer will therefore pay the mortgage on the share they own and rent [...]

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