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A Comprehensive Guide for all aspects of Property Funding

Since the 2008 US sub-prime mortgage market crash there is no doubt funding criteria have tightened for property investors and developers. While there is still scope for innovative funding strategies, the new regulations introduced by governments and central banks around the world have certainly reduced speculative investment. We therefore thought it would be useful to take a look at modern funding opportunities for both buy-to-let and development investment. There are many options available and while we will cover these in as much detail as possible, you should take financial advice from a qualified professional before undertaking any funding arrangements. Buy-to-Let Mortgages The UK has traditionally leaned more towards homeownership than rental with the market given a significant boost by the Thatcher government’s right to buy legislation introduced in the 1980s. Since then we have seen a massive increase in house prices, more focus on rental accommodation with a significant increase...
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Do you understand the gas safety regulations?

Over the last 20 years we have seen a significant tightening of regulations in relation to all types of rental accommodation. These regulations relate to not only private rental properties but also social housing in its many forms. One area which has become extremely prominent in recent times is that of gas safety checks and the legal obligation on landlords to ensure they are carried out on an annual basis. Areas of responsibility To ensure that everything is above board and all parties are aware of their legal obligations the authorities have clarified three areas of responsibility for landlords: Maintenance of gas appliances Annual gas safety checks Maintaining safety records These legal obligations are set out under the Gas Safety Regulations 1998 Act and failure to abide by the regulations can lead to a fine of up to £5000 or six months imprisonment. Gas safety checks All gas checks must...
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How a bridging loan can help businesses at every step

  Time is money, and that's never truer than in the world of business. And for those in the South West that need to borrow money, there's rarely time to waste – so waiting weeks and weeks for a mortgage or fixed-term loan to be approved isn't always an option. One alternative is a bridging loan, which can often be arranged and funded within days. Here, we’ve looked at how bridging loans work, and how they can be used by businesses at various points during their lifecycle. How bridging loans work Bridging loans are designed to span the gap between a payment going out, and a payment being received. They last up to 12 months, and interest is charged monthly. Rates typically vary depending on the amount being borrowed, the equity in the property, the credit status of the borrower and the type of property itself. In effect, they are...
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Landlords Insurance - Are you covered?

Landlords, you will know that owning a buy to let isn’t as simple as just letting your property to a third party.  There are contracts, referencing, liabilities and maintenance but most of all the uncertainty of having somebody you do not know live in your property.  This is why you need to be fully protected in all areas of your investment. You wouldn’t insure half of your car so why insure your property without protecting it as best you can, leaving the premises and yourself vulnerable to large non-recoverable costs. Properties can be let in various ways to various tenants.  All insurance companies have their preferred and excluded types, however choosing the correct insurer, who provides necessary and proper cover, can prove tricky. The rise of rent-to-rent, serviced accommodation and the HMO boom are regular declines from insurers so it wise to speak to an expert.  Here at Insurance-Desk we...
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Calls to scrap direct payments as Panorama reveals rent arrears double for Universal Credit claimants

On Monday 12th November, BBCs latest Panorama investigation focused on the impact of the controversial Universal Credit, and most crucially the housing element. The programme revealed the extent of the rent arrears problem as a result of changes to the benefits system. Paul Shamplina, founder of Landlord Action, together with Mick Roberts, one of the UK’s largest Housing Benefit landlords, join other industry experts in calling on the government to act now and scrap direct payments to tenants of the housing element of Universal Credit, before the situation worsens. Under the old system, housing allowance was paid direct to councils or private landlords. Now, in order to mirror the world of work and encourage people to be more independent, Universal Credit (UC) payments are made direct to claimants. However, when combined with the cuts in benefits, tenants are under increasing financial pressure, evidenced by the 55% rise in evictions of...
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