Our Hon. Legal Counsel, Mark Smith, Head of Chambers at Cotswold Barristers will be presenting an overview of several landlords tax strategies at the pin Chester, Hull, Sutton (Surrey) and Watford Meetings property networking event Thursday 9th April.
The event will be held Online and Attendees can expect first class speakers and great networking opportunities.
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Annual house price growth rose 0.8% in March, after taking account of seasonal factors, but the sample period excludes recent COVID-19 related disruption.
Robert Gardner, Nationwide’s Chief Economist, said: “Annual house price growth increased to 3% in March
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The Chancellor Rishi Sunak is today (Friday 3 April) taking further action to support firms affected by the coronavirus crisis by bolstering business interruption loans for small businesses.
To maximise the support available, the Chancellor is extending the CBILS so that all viable small businesses affected by COVID-19
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As The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) grapples with nearly one million new claimants applying for Universal Credit following the outbreak of COVID-19, Caridon Landlord Solutions, part of Caridon Group, says landlords should educate themselves on the Universal Credit system now so that they can support their tenants and both mitigate the risk of rental arrears.
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I let a property to a couple about 5 months ago on a 12 month AST in February the couple split up and the man left,only to return weeks later and smash most of the downstairs windows.
The police got involved and advised she seek alternative housing until he’d been arrested
I have had trouble getting information out of British Gas concerning Gas safety certificates under the covid-19 restrictions. Their website had nothing on it.
I have now had a reply to a tweet, and they will still be providing the service and in fact had engineers available the same day!
Private landlords in the UK have been left in dire straits not only by the coronavirus, but by the Government’s abysmal response to it. Whilst the Government has mentioned in its legislation that tenants must keep paying their rent, in its public pronouncements it has given a very different message – talking about landlords being able to get ‘mortgage holidays’ and stating landlords are expected to pass this on to tenants.
THE country’s biggest landlord associations have officially merged, with a new Chair announced today.
Jodi Berg OBE will head the newly created National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) formed by the merger of the National Landlords Association and Residential Landlords Association.
My tenant has given her 1 months notice to end her unfurnished room tenancy on 30th April. The property is a 2 person flat-share in South London and she is currently in lockdown in Wales. I am in Gloucestershire.
I will offer to not charge rent from 1st May until I have vacant possession and she has removed her furniture
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Are you bored and fed up, stuck at home during the Coronavirus lockdown?
If so – why not join our Lockdown Learning Project. Every week we will be featuring a free (or very low cost) training course:
Some will be online video courses.
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