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The right way to end a tenancy

As a landlord, your priority is likely to be having a great tenant living in your property, paying rent to you on time and in full.   But there may be times when you want or need to get your property back. That could be

Rental Refurb Success

When you’re refurbishing a rental property, you’ve got two main aims: to make sure that the work is done to a high enough standard that you won’t need to carry out any major repairs for the foreseeable future, and to create a safe home that’s

New year, new investment – but where should you buy?

  If you’re thinking of making a new buy-to-let investment this year, you may be wondering if there are any particular types of property or ‘hotspots’ you should be considering – locations where prices are predicted to rise quickly and where rental returns are well

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Property inventories – all you need to know

What is an inventory and why you should create one when you let your property An inventory lists and describes the contents and condition of everything in a property – from the paint on the walls to the cutlery in a kitchen drawer. It’s put

Good money reasons to remortgage your property Currans Homes

Reasons to remortgage your rental property

As a landlord, you might own your property outright or you may have a buy to let mortgage. If you do currently have borrowing, it could be because you didn’t have enough capital available to buy without a mortgage. Or perhaps you chose to leverage

5 Steps To Assess Rental Yield

The essential steps to assess (potential) rental yield on your investment property As a landlord, it’s important to be able to assess whether a property is likely to be a good investment before you buy it. Then, once your property’s rented out, it’s helpful if

Are you tracking all the important portfolio metrics?

What are the all important measurements all Landlords should be tracking?  Some are obvious and some less so.  Please read on for seven that you should track right now…   Net Cashflow: Your actual cashflow is based on the actual rental income minus the actual