Following Government plans to slash mortgage tax relief for landlords, we thought new and existing investors would be interested in our research for purchasing property in the name of a Limited Company as currently there are no plans to increase the tax burden on residential let properties owned by a Ltd Co. Continue reading


Many people ignore this method because they do not really think that it is worth the effort. In reality, this could not be further from the truth. Continue reading

George Osborne

Chancellor George Osborne has delivered his Autumn Statement today and spending plans for the next four years in the Spending Review. Here are the main points for landlords: Continue reading

CML Gross Mortgage Lending

The CML estimates that gross mortgage lending reached £21.8 billion in October – which is 8% higher than September’s lending total of £20.1 billion. Lending also rose 19% year-on-year from £18.4 billion in October 2014, in addition to the month-on-month rise. Continue reading

Over the last 30 years the way in which we live has changed and this has had an impact on how the country’s housing stock is used. With more one person dwellings becoming more common, higher mobility meaning more demand for rental properties, and land becoming less and less easy to get hold of, there are a host of reasons why demand is up but why can’t we seem to build as many homes as we used to? Continue reading


The ONS have just released their House Price Index for September 2015. Continue reading

RICS Market Survey

The Residential Market Survey shows price momentum remains firm. Although buyer demand grew at a more moderate pace during October. However, due to the ongoing shortage of new instructions coming to market, demand continues to outpace supply across most parts of the UK Continue reading

Rightmove Infographic

Rightmove’s November House Price Index revealed home-owners’ confident property outlook for 2016. Continue reading

Landlord Action is in full support of the Government’s latest proposal to crack down on rogue landlords. In particular, those who carve up properties to creative multiple sub-standard sized rooms in a bid to maximise their rental income. Founder, Paul Shamplina, believes imposing a minimum square footage per room, as a legal requirement, will help reduce the number of over-crowded, unsafe properties. Continue reading

In recent years, the UK property sector has undergone massive changes due to the massive increase in popularity of “buy to let.”

Not only have many more people bought properties to rent out, but also a whole section of the economy based around various contracted-out tasks has seen the benefit. Continue reading