Contemplating the prospect of acquiring a property with a £200,000 mortgage? Our calculators offer a convenient way to project monthly repayments, factoring in diverse interest rates and term
In the evolving landscape of property listings, landlords are set to face a new requirement, compelling them to provide a more exhaustive set of details about their properties.
April 2020 marked the start of the final year of the phased implementation of Section 24, ending landlords’ ability to claim finance costs as tax-deductible. Self-employed landlords under
For landlords, increasing property value involves practical actions. Use landlord software for efficient tenant management, tracking details, rental rates, and lease durations. To stand out, focus on improving
Landlords often find Section 24, or the ‘Tenant Tax,’ perplexing. Let’s unravel it for you. In April 2017, the government introduced Section 24 through the Finance Act 2015.
Supply-Demand Mismatch Persists: Agents Sound the Alarm. According to Propertymark, the ongoing disparity between supply and demand in the rental market persists. This challenging situation remains largely unaltered
In 2015, a tax code amendment, Section 24, was unveiled, with full implementation occurring in April 2020. This change affects tax relief for landlords. Section 24 eliminates the
Airbnb’s popularity rises as a platform for short-term and vacation rentals. It offers passive income without lengthy leases. Investors seek high ROI with low risks. Property Accelerator explores