In today’s economy, there are plenty of tricks you can use to save money, but some landlords are taking that a step further. According to research from LV landlord insurance, there is a surge in ‘accidental’ landlords across Nuneaton as people are attempting to boost their income by letting properties privately to save on agency
If I were a buy to let landlord in Nuneaton today, I might feel a little bruised by the assault made on my wallet after being (and continuing to be) ransacked over the last 12 months by HM Treasury’s tax changes on buy to let. To add insult to injury, Brexit has caused a tempering
I was talking to my financial advisor friend the other day. He is an Independent Financial Advisor (IFA) who does both residential and commercial mortgages. Like many experts in the field (e.g Simon conn to name an example), they had noticed an interesting trend. Recently we completed a property portfolio review for a Nuneaton Landlord.
Dear Mel, I’ve been enjoying yours and Mariam’s blog for some time now and have found the recent addition of ‘ASK MEL’ useful. I thought I’d write in and if it makes for blog worthy reading, please feel free to share your answer on the blog as I’m sure it will help other landlords like
Dear Mel, I’ve been reading up on the kind of documentation / certification that is required at the start of a tenancy but I’m a bit confused about what is a legal requirement and what is recommended. I’ve just purchased my first buy-to-let in Nuneaton and I want to make sure everything is done properly.