Category : landlord
Fed Up With Being A Thanet Landlord? What You Need To Know Before You Sell
Over the last 12 months, it’s been reported that many landlords have decided enough is enough and are exiting the buy-to-let game in their droves. And whilst these headlines may or may not be accurate, one thing is for sure, selling a buy-to-let property is very different to selling a residential property. So, if you’re a landlord considering selling a rental property, what do you need to know? In this quick read, we look at some important factors you should be aware of – from the property’s condition to the tax implications of selling.
10/03/2023 1583
How To Find A Letting Agent In Thanet Six Questions To Help You Spot A Good Agent
Fed up with self-managing your buy-to-let and want a top-notch professional to do it for you instead? Here’s how to find the best letting agent in your neighbourhood. So, you’ve decided to get a letting agent to manage your rental. You can’t wait to hand the burden of regulatory red tape and admin over to an expert but are faced with a dilemma. With so many agents out there, how do you find the best one?
22/02/2023 1532
Is Buy-To-Let In Thanet Still Worth The Risk?
Is Buy-to-Let still a safe bet when it comes to investing in THanet property? With legislation and taxation on the rise for Buy-to-Let, things have got a lot harder for Thanet landlords over the last 5 years. Or could this be the next golden age for the THanet property market? If you are a Thanet landlord, read this article to find out what is happening.
08/02/2023 1767
Deposit Deductions: What Thanet Landlords Should Know
The end of a tenancy agreement can be stressful for landlords. You need to make sure the property isn’t vacant for long and there may be a need for repairs and maintenance. Then there’s the deposit release process and decisions about whether you need to make any deductions. In this three-minute read, we look at the dos and don’ts of deposit deductions.
02/02/2023 1687
Common Scams Thanet Landlords Need To Look Out For
Scammers are using increasingly sophisticated tactics to make a fast buck, often leaving landlords out of pocket or caught up in messy legal disputes. Read on to learn about the most common scams targeting landlords and how to protect your rental property.
27/01/2023 2188
How To Manage Joint Tenancies: Tips For Thanet Landlords
Joint tenancies can be a great way for friends and couples to share costs and a steady source of income for landlords – but they’re not without their challenges. Friends can fall out, couples can split up, and rows about who used all the loo roll or spilt red wine on the carpet can escalate into toxic disputes. Sadly, the current cost of living crisis, which is causing much anxiety among renters, may further complicate things.
21/01/2023 1710
Got A Thanet Rental Property? You Need A Trusted Tradesperson
If you’re a seasoned landlord, chances are you’ve experienced at least one out-of-hours call from a panicked tenant about a leaky toilet or boiler breakdown. Why is it these things never seem to happen at a reasonable hour? In this quick read, we look at some questions to ask yourself (and your contractor) to ensure they’re right for the job.
12/01/2023 1227
What Thanet Landlords Should Tell Tenants On Moving-In Day
So, your home is on the market, you’ve decluttered, the sink is sparkling, and you’re patiently waiting for potential buyers to come and view your property. A few people arrange appointments, but no one seems interested; it’s been weeks. Have you been hit by the curse of an overvaluation? Overpriced properties can sit on the market for months. Viewings become as rare as sighting the Loch Ness Monster; the agent’s gone quiet and your hopes of moving are slowly slipping away. In this quick read, we look at why an overvaluation can be disastrous and how to avoid this costly mistake.
04/01/2023 1395
What Thanet Landlords Should Tell Tenants On Moving-In Day
So, your home is on the market, you’ve decluttered, the sink is sparkling, and you’re patiently waiting for potential buyers to come and view your property. A few people arrange appointments, but no one seems interested; it’s been weeks. Have you been hit by the curse of an overvaluation? Overpriced properties can sit on the market for months. Viewings become as rare as sighting the Loch Ness Monster; the agent’s gone quiet and your hopes of moving are slowly slipping away. In this quick read, we look at why an overvaluation can be disastrous and how to avoid this costly mistake.
04/01/2023 0
Is It Worth Being A Thanet Landlord In 2023?
It’s safe to say, 2022 has been a year full of change for landlords. The last 12 months have seen more buy-to-let landlords selling up than ever before despite the demand for rental properties surging. In this quick read, we look at some areas that could influence landlords’ profits and portfolios.
26/12/2022 1815

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