Not every property is suited to subletting and sometimes a landlords situation prohibits them from properly being able to manage a subtenant. Whatever your decision, whether you allow it or not, it's important to be aware of the following information.
For developers and property investors, as well as buy-to-let landlords, assessing rental market stats can give you a better insight into who your tenants are and what they actually want. Here are 10 stats that we found both interesting and enlightening about the UK rental market.
Understandably renting to students makes people a little bit nervous. There is a certain stereotype that comes with students. In a word: messy. That being said,, there is a big market for student housing and if managed properly student housing can be lucrative.
The decision to allow pets or not is a difficult one. However, with such an overwhelming number of pet owners looking for a home that allows animals, it can be a good move, one that will keep your vacancy periods blissfully short.
When it comes to working out your taxes at the end of the year things can get a bit complicated. What counts as rental income? What can be expensed? What tax bracket are you now in? We could go on and on. So, we thought we might see if we can't make it all a little bit clearer for you.
An REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) is a commercial portfolio of real estate investments. The trust allows individuals to buy shares in portfolios and receive income paid out to them as dividends. However, this isn’t an ordinary company share...
Whilst London house prices may have dropped over the last 12 months, this doesn’t mean that's true for the rest of the UK. In fact, there are a number of areas in the UK which are still showing strong growth. Does that make them good areas for investment?
We thought we would break down what the MTD change actually means, how it will affect property managers and rental owners, and how you can stay compliant easily with property software like Landlord Studio.