Landlords

Sign Up NOW: What is the Most Tax Efficient Holding Structure for Landlords?

Sign Up NOW: What is the Most Tax Efficient Holding Structure for Landlords?

Join Mashroom on Friday 2nd December at 3pm to get ready for tax season and learn more about the holding structures available to landlords and find out if a limited company is right for you. Knowing about tax is key to being a successful landlord – you want to make sure you are not underpaying …

Hunting for hope: Is the Autumn Statement good for landlords?

Hunting for hope: Is the Autumn Statement good for landlords?

Autumn Statement announced – here’s what it means for landlords The day of reckoning has finally arrived, and we’ve now heard from Chancellor Jeremy Hunt how the government plans to tackle the plentiful issues that face the country.  As we watched, we were wondering:  Will landlords finally get some relief?  Do ministers grasp the issues …

Sign Up NOW: How Can Landlords Survive the Economic Turmoil?

Sign Up NOW: How Can Landlords Survive the Economic Turmoil?

Join Mashroom on Friday 4th November at 3pm to find out how your property portfolio can survive the financial crisis. Interest rates and energy bills are up and it’s hitting the property industry hard. According to the Telegraph, nearly two thirds of landlords will be coming to the end of their fixed-rate deals between now …

Mortgage Market Mess: What does it mean for landlords?

Mortgage Market Mess: What does it mean for landlords?

Rate of flux: How will this mortgage chaos affect you? We’ve come a long way from the beginning of the year. On Tuesday 27th September, lenders left, right and centre started pulling and repricing products, leaving borrowers scrabbling to cushion themselves from the blow. What does the market’s volatility mean for landlords, first-time buyers, or …

Should I be worried about rising energy prices?

Should I be worried about rising energy prices?

With energy prices rising, could landlords be hit twice? You’ve probably already received an update from your energy supplier about what your new bills will be and although the government has capped typical household energy bills at £2,500 a year, from 1st October, you are going to see an increase in what you need to …

Insurance Risk: Will climate change affect your premiums?

Insurance Risk: Will climate change affect your premiums?

Will climate change affect your insurance premiums? The UK is a rather wet place – we’re betting that you’ve noticed that – and British homeowners are used to dealing with things like condensation, damp, and leaky roofs. That said, this summer was one of the hottest on record – hitting a peak of 40 degrees. …

Subletting: What you need to know

Subletting: What you need to know

Subletting is when a tenant who is renting a property then rents part, or all, of that property to another person. Whether you are a tenant looking to let out a room in your rented house, a landlord navigating the legalities of the comings and goings in the student flat share you rent out, or …

The Cladding Crisis: What you need to know

The Cladding Crisis: What you need to know

If you’re affected by the cladding crisis, what steps do you need to take? The catastrophic fire at Grenfell Tower in West London on the 14th of June 2017, killed 72 people and left 70 more injured. It started on the 4th floor of the 24 storey tower block, with the building’s cladding and external …

Should you be worried about condensation?

Should you be worried about condensation?

Keeping on top of your property maintenance is important and damp is one of the things you should keep an eye on. So when is condensation a problem? For the most part, a few beads of condensation on your window is nothing to stress about. Whatever type of home we live in, and whether we …