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... and the 5 reasons why you most definitely shouldn't! It looks like the buy-to-let market is about to enter a challenging period.  But when we look back at the last recession and what is happening now, there are vital lessons all landlords can learn to protect themselves.  In fact, there are opportunities for landlords

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More than a third of furloughed private renters are worried about being able to pay their rent when the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme ends, according to new research published recently by think tank, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. The research, based on a sample of 1,031 private renters in a YouGov survey of 6,430 UK adults,

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Despite Government regulations that have been in place since the 26th March 2020, when in-person viewings were made illegal, Co. Armagh buy to let landlords have, during that time, been chomping at the bit to buy additional properties to build their property portfolios. There are plenty of investors who think nothing of legally committing to

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The NI Executive announced modifications to the Private Tenancies Act due to COVID-19. Here we'll have a look on the effect this will have for Landlords & Tenants. Recognising the severity of the situation we are currently in, the Assembly has passed emergency legislation to protect tenants in Northern Ireland during the COVID-19 outbreak.  The

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In this two minute read, we look at how Landlords in Craigavon, Lurgan & Portadown can successfully tackle the challenges presented by the Coronavirus Keep the lines of communication open Hopefully, you already have a good relationship with your tenant.  If you don’t now’s the time to start.  Get in touch with them and send

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Most landlords want to stay on the right side of the law but it’s easy to break the rules if you’re not aware of them in the first place. Here we’ve highlighted 5 things most likely to get you into trouble, so you can make sure you avoid making the same mistakes yourself! Advertise a

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Being a landlord looks like it should be easy. Hand over the keys, collect the rent and everyone’s happy. However, the reality is that there are many bumps in the road, particularly if you’re renting out your first property. These are just a few of the most common mistakes that many first time landlords make.

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In the past to get the most out of their investment many buy-to-let landlords chose to self-manage their properties, but with changes to the law and the regulations that govern rental properties self-managing is turning out to be a bit of a minefield these days. Now, I know that you’re probably thinking “You would say

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A lot of Landlords think that an inventory is an added expense when letting their property, so decide not pay for a professional report, but here are a few reasons why this could end up costing you dearly... Damage to your property does happen The majority of tenants look after the property that they rent,