13 Jun 2020
June 13, 2020

Covid-19 Guidance

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Information for tenants, occupiers and visitors to properties for maintenance, routine testing and viewings – Guidance to prevent the spread of Covid-19   It goes without saying that the welfare of those people we deal with in the course of performing our duties is paramount. Before any appointment is carried out you must let us.. read more →

28 Jan 2019
January 28, 2019

The ATED Trap

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The ATED Trap! One of the most recent property tax changes has been the introduction of the Annual Tax On Enveloped Dwellings (ATED). The tax is payable by all companies (whether UK based or not) on all residential properties valued over £500,000. There are many important questions that taxpayers should be asking themselves. When does.. read more →

Ireland’s housing minister Eoghan Murphy wants to introduce new laws for short term lettings. It is not the first country or city to introduce regulations to try to combat housing shortages. London has a similar regulation that restricts the long term use of these short lettings but how enforceable are these regulations? The original intention.. read more →

When two people meet and fall in love some of the tedious tasks can get ignored.  This is about Michael (Name changed to protect the landlord) and what happened when he fell in love and didn’t deal with his flat. Michael had his own flat in North London and was happily living in his flat.. read more →

As a landlord knowing all your legal requirements is a fundamental part of being a landlord. Not knowing is never an excuse. So are you aware of the Right to Rent Requirements you have to comply with? Right To Rent came in as part of the Immigration Act 2014 under section 22. It states that.. read more →