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A recent review into private rented sector raises concerns for lower-income renters has revealed that issues about renting to those on benefits isn’t always down to landlords ‘discriminating’ against tenants, it’s more to do with the problems of payment via Universal Credit. Find out more here.
This report is to help give everyone – industry and consumers – a quick five minute guide to what’s happening in the property market, according to the property indices, along with property expert Kate Faulkner’s comments. Read more to find out which cities and towns are performing well or struggling; how to use the town/city data when buying or selling or assessing your own property market as a professional; why demand and supply can be very different for a sale and for a purchase within a local area and much more.
In the main this latest update explains that, in England, from June 2021, some of the protections for tenants from eviction are being relaxed and it’s important to keep track of all these changes. Find out what the main changes are and when they are changing.
Interest has been rising with regards to Capital Gains Tax in the last few years for landlords. There have been persistent rumours about a possible increase in the rate of Capital Gains Tax but nothing as yet coming to fruition. This blog covers a second report that has been produced by the Office of Tax Simplification which has made some recommendations on possible changes to the tax system and how some of the recommendations could affect landlords. Read more here.
This report is to help give everyone – industry and consumers – a quick five minute guide to what’s happening in the property market, according to the property indices, along with property expert Kate Faulkner’s comments. Find out how your town or city is performing year on year versus long term growth; what’s the risk to property prices in your area if they fall and how long will it take for prices to recover?