The Basics of Landlord/Tenant Disputes

Property investment is a business and property investors are effectively business managers. They may not have direct staff but they will have tenants and those tenants need to be managed. Part of tenant management is dealing with landlord/tenant disputes. How exactly should landlords deal with tenant disputes? The causes of […]

Should Landlords Start Building Smart Rental Properties?

Smart technology is a relatively new innovation that makes people’s lives easier through advanced processes. And through the years, it’s been growing in popularity. The global market for smart home technology is expected to reach £114 billion by 2024, according to UK Tech News. That’s a huge leap from a […]

Simple Ways to Attract Tenants in a Competitive Market

The private rental sector is like any other business sector, in that it is dictated by supply and demand. Some areas are more popular than others, with current stats suggesting Manchester is the number one city for landlords, closely followed by Cambridge and London. At first glance, new landlords probably […]

Managing the Impact of Capital Gains Tax Following a Property Sale

In identifying ways to cover the considerable costs brought about by the pandemic of 2020, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has suggested a substantial raise in the amount of tax levied on capital gains. Higher-rate taxpayers will be amongst those who are hit hardest, if this report is to come to fruition. […]

The rise of the let-to-let market

How property owners are becoming landlords and tenants to upsize their home. By Richard O’Neill, Managing Director, Lettings at Romans, an LRG company. You’ve heard of the buy-to-let market. By now, you’ve probably heard of rent-to-rent, but have you heard of another growing housing trend: let-to-let? It’s seeing homeowners become […]