Notice Periods in Contractual and Periodic Assured Shorthold Tenancy

Notice Periods in Contractual and Periodic Assured Shorthold Tenancy In the current coronavirus environment where people are not supposed to be doing viewings, I suppose landlords would like it if, when their current tenants gave notice, the notice period was as long as possible, (as they won’t be re-letting any time soon and be facing a void). This brings me to […]

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Thirty Days to Pay Capital Gains Tax – The Latest Tax Attack on Small Landlords from a Government that Prefers Big Business

Thirty Days to Pay Capital Gains Tax Landlords of residential property should be aware of new tax deadlines for capital gains tax which mean they have just thirty days to pay it. Starting from April 6th 2020, the deadline by which owners with taxable capital gains on residential property will reduce from up to 22 months to just thirty days […]

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Passporting of tenancy deposits

The government has started 2020 by showing it will not leave the private rented sector alone. The latest idea to be buzzing around Westminster concerns passporting of tenancy deposits. Passporting of Tenancy Deposits The government seems to be inclined to consider breaking up the way tenancy deposits are handled, in yet another move to continue to curry favour with tenants. […]

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How to Set Rent at the Right Level and When, How often and by how much should you Increase Rents

How to set rent at the right level and when and how often should you increase rents and by how much? David Lawrenson of LettingFocus.com advises. How to Set Rent at the Right Level Obviously, a starting off point is Rightmove and Zoopla – what do properties like yours in the same area rent for? I’d suggest taking about 5% […]

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