Compare like with like when evaluating different areas and house price trends over time

Make sure you are comparing like with like when you are looking at the performance of different areas in terms of property prices over time. COMPARE LIKE WITH LIKE WHEN EVALUATING DIFFERENT AREAS AND HOUSE PRICE TRENDS OVER TIME You often hear people saying how much their property has gone up over time and how it is worth x% more […]

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Gravesend, crossrail and london resort at swanscombe

David Lawrenson of LettingFocus explains why he is investing in Gravesend and Northfleet ahead of the London Resort Holdings opening and the extension of the Crossrail (Elizabeth Line). Gravesend, Crossrail and London Resort At Swanscombe One of the main ways I outperformed in making money in residential buy to let property was by simply buying into areas that were going […]

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REPOSSESSIONS under covid

Repossessions under Covid Finally, a little sense at last from this hapless, flip flopping government regarding repossessions in these times of Covid, but it does not go far. They have made concessions about how repossession cases in the rental market will be handled from 20th September. This follows extensive lobbying by the National Residential Landlords Association (NLRA) after the Government […]

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Don’t Remortgage with your current mortgage lender. always shop around

Don’t take the easy way out by clicking a few links and remortgaging with your current mortgage lender – you would be costing yourself tens of thousands of pounds. Always shop around says David Lawrenson of LettingFocus.com. Don’t Remortgage with your current mortgage lender. Always shop around Six weeks ago, I was advising a client couple on buy to let […]

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landlords moves to company structures may be seen as a tax avoidance Ruse.

The Stamp Duty Land Tax cut will make landlords more likely to move their properties into a company structure. But the government could soon view residential landlords moves to company structures (incorporating) as a tax avoidance ruse. The Covid19 event and media and government panic and the resulting massive economic damage that house arrest and two metres social distancing has […]

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Don’t take a mortgage holiday

Don’t take a “mortgage holiday” if you can help it, says David Lawrenson of LettingFocus.com. When the virus panic started, around 2 million people, including landlords whose tenants were struggling, turned to their mortgage company to give them a 3 month holiday. They were given the clear impression that by doing this, there would be no impact on their credit […]

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