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All you need to know about Right to Rent

Posted by Mark Lloyd, Property Mastery Academy on 17 June 2019 | Comments

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At present, it’s the landlord’s responsibility to vet their tenants to check they have the legal right to rent in the UK under a Government scheme.

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What does the new tax year mean for property investors?

Posted by Mark Lloyd, Property Mastery Academy on 29 April 2019 | Comments

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The new tax year started on 6 April, and with it brings some changes that will affect property investors.

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What will Government Proposals on No-Fault Evictions Mean for Landlords?

Posted by Mark Lloyd, Property Mastery Academy on 22 April 2019 | Comments

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The Government’s plan to ban no-fault evictions has been in the news this week.

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Joint Ventures: When two or more heads and wallets are better than one

Posted by Mark Lloyd, Property Mastery Academy on 15 April 2019 | Comments

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A joint venture is when resources or skills, or both, are pooled together on a particular project.

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Current predictions for more interest rate rises

Posted by Mark Lloyd, Property Mastery Academy on 8 October 2018 | Comments

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After August's interest rate rise, things were back to normal in September when the Bank of England kept things on hold. And despite the increase in inflation from 2.5% to 2.7%, rates are not expected to rise again until next year.

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What does the recent interest rate rise mean for property investors?

Posted by Mark Lloyd, Property Mastery Academy on 10 August 2018 | Comments

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Last week, the Bank of England announced it was raising its base rate from 0.5% up to 0.75%. This is only the second base rate rise in a decade, and financial advisors are busy calculating the impact it’s going to have on mortgages, savings and the property market.

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