If you’re reading these words it is likely that you are a landlord yourself or perhaps you simply have an interest in the challenges and concerns faced by landlords. Either way we hope you will find this page and the articles at the bottom of this page to be both useful and informative.
Sell Property Fast
If you’re a landlord and reading this you may need to sell property fast. We have purchased many properties from landlords: see our testimonials. Some properties are purchased with existing tenants in situe and others are purchased vacant. Providing that there is a valid AST agreement in place then we do not mind. This can save valuable time in the sales process. It means that you will not need to provide the two months rent period notice for the property to become vacant.
Landlord scenarios for selling property
If you’ve already given notice to your tenants you might be concerned about being out of pocket once the tenants vacate. It could be that you need to sell a property to use up your end of year capital allowance. Maybe you need to liquidate your equity to take advantage of another business opportunity. The most likely scenario is that you are fed up with the increasing amount of red tape, regulations and burdens being imposed on this industry.
We have solutions to all these scenarios and we can help you whatever the specifics of your circumstances. Over the years we have dealt with many professional landlords. Whatever their circumstances the common factors for utilising our service are that they want to sell property fast with minimum hassle and inconvenience. That is what we do. We provide you with a quick, guaranteed and hassle free property purchasing service.
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Are you a landlord or owner of buy-to-let-properties? Whether you’re an experienced buy-to-let property investor, or are dabbling to see if it’s a business that could suit you, what would you do if you found yourself in a situation where you need to quickly sell your buy-to-let properties? It’s a tricky situation and one that can be stressful to deal with, as property isn’t always quick to sell. The good news is we’ve got the perfect solution for you, so read on to find out more.
If you’re currently a buy-to-let landlord, or are thinking of investing in property to rent out, then are you up to date with your knowledge on local landlord licensing? With a growing number of councils in the UK introducing more licensing rules and regulations, it’s important to ensure you’re on the ball and in the know. Here’s an insight into what all buy-to-let landlords need to know abut local licensing.
Property TV shows and magazine articles often portray the life of buy to let landlords as a dream come true – running your own business, doing up properties and letting them for a high rental yield. But whilst sometimes this can certainly be the case, it’s by no means a given and is usually obtained as the result of a lot of hard work and dedication. If you’re currently a buy to let landlord, or are thinking of becoming one, then we’ve put together some of our top tips to help you survive – and hopefully, thrive – in the property investment business.
Any landlord selling a London house with tenants needs to be aware of a few basic questions. What are the main legal considerations to take into account? Are there any documents necessary to begin the process? So let’s break these categories down into a bit more detail.
Since Brexit, the state of the London property market has been a concern for both property buyers and sellers alike. There are still a number of risks for anyone who may be considering selling a rental property during the coming year. We will first take a look at some of the predictions that experts are making in regards to housing prices. Then, we will offer a few very targeted suggestions that will help you obtain the best value for your efforts. With a bit of forethought and knowledge, you can be confident that you’ll be able to make the most informed decisions when they matter the most.
If you’re landlord selling property (or planning a sale), there are a few different factors that you will need to take into account. What are some of the issues to consider and how can you put these to your advantage? Let’s take a look at three areas to concentrate on in order for you to put your best foot forward.
We know that repairs, maintenance and improvements need to be carried out within apartment buildings and flats. These may be relatively small costs but from time to time they can be much larger. Occasionally there can be instances when leaseholders are forced to pay out ridiculously large sums of money. One particularly shocking recent case was from Oxford in early 2016. Around 50 leaseholders in an apartment block were asked to pay an eye-watering £50,000 pounds each.
Whenever you sell an asset, the potential obligation to pay capital gains tax (CGT) is always a concern. Landlords selling houses should be aware of how this tax functions, some of the rules set out by the HMRC and a handful of exemptions which could prove to be quite useful when determining whether or not it is necessary to file. Let’s take a look at some of the principles behind capital gains tax in relation to a property sale.
If you are a Landlord there may be a time when you need to consider selling a property with tenants. While the house sale process can be challenging at the best of times. It can be even more difficult if you have tenants currently renting the property. So, what are some of the rules about selling a property with tenants? Let’s take a look at a handful of regulations and concerns that you should always take into account.
It is no secret that the housing market within London has been less than forgiving in recent years. Unfortunately, things only seem to be getting worse according to some recent developments. Buy-to-let landlords are not only facing an increased stamp duty, but the tax relief which was previously offered is set to substantially fall. Let’s have a look at what these two scenarios mean for the average landlord and how 2016 could soon be shaping up.
How to stop a house repossession if you have fallen behind with your mortgage or any other loans secured on your home and you are under threat of repossession. There are a number of ways to deal with the problem:
The sale of my property was well managed with regular communication and advice and support provided throughout the process. The company also provided legal support through one of their panel solicitors which was professional friendly and reassuring during what was a complex sale. They are trustworthy and reliable and I would recommend this company to anyone looking to sell their property. Thank you for making this a much easier process. R. Mangal, Leyton, London, E10