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Also known as Section 24, this tax is coming as a nasty surprise to most landlords, even though it has already begun to be phased in. Stats show that 28% of landlords will actually be left having to subsidise their properties in 2020 as a result of this new tax. We spoke to Steven, a landlord in the North East of England who is going to be forced to pay £2,000 more in tax next year.

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The start of the 2019 - 20 financial year means yet more changes to mortgage interest tax relief for private landlords. What do this year's changes mean for you, and what are your options for reducing your tax liability and maintaining a higher rental yield?

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In this video, Upad founder and CEO James Davis talks to Ben Harris, Sales Director at Zero Deposit, about the advantages of using Zero Deposit as opposed to taking a traditional tenancy deposit.

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Throughout a new year a lot of things tend to happen and because of this key tax dates have a habit of sneaking up on you without warning.

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Recent research published by Zoopla has revealed the things tenants most commonly search for when looking for a new rental property.

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With a tenant fees ban active in Wales since 19th March 2019, to be followed by a ban in England from 1st June 2019, the buy-to-let landscape has once again changed for landlords.

Since the ban was first seriously discussed in parliament back in 2016, there has been a number of amendments as well as speculation as to what the final Tenant Fees Act is going to look like.

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The Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018 came into force on 20th March 2019. What does this mean for both landlords and tenants?

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In this video, Upad founder and CEO James Davis talks to Ben Harris, Sales Director at Zero Deposit, about the differences in the tenancy dispute process with a Zero Deposit guarantee in comparison to when a traditional tenancy deposit is taken.

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A recently published study has revealed the most common reasons why tenancies end.

The English Private Landlord Survey (EPLS) was published in early 2019 by the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government, and questioned landlords and letting agents on a number of issues.

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While many property adverts have finally stopped using the outdated "No DSS" terminology, in many cases the same principles still apply.

Only today, property ads say "No Housing Benefit" or "No Universal Credit" tenants instead of "No DSS".

Who's really to blame for this?

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