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Landlord legal expenses explained

Every good landlord worth his or her salt will have considered the benefits of legal cover or insurance before letting their property to tenants or placing it in the hands of an agent. While nobody wants to think about the possibility of lengthy disputes, rising legal costs, and the threat of repossession, it is important for landlords to protect their property – and their own financial responsibilities – in case the worst happens. No matter how amicable things may seem in the beginning, it is vital that landlords protect their assets and rights with legal expenses cover. What does this involve? Landlord legal expenses: The FAQ Although it is not exhaustive, the following FAQ should help landlords to decide whether legal expenses cover is for them whilst providing some insight into what this kind of insurance offers. While grievances with tenants can be a nightmare, landlords also need to think...
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All about MEES: a guide to minimum energy efficiency standards

If you are a current landlord or you are considering taking on a buy to let, you’ll need to be aware of the new legal standard for minimum energy efficiency effective from April 2018. The new regulations make it illegal to grant new leases of energy inefficient commercial or domestic properties in England and Wales after 1st April 2018. The regulations do not apply to sales, but if you are considering buying a property to let and the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating is below E, as of 1st April 2018, for new tenancy agreements, you’ll need to meet the required standards before you can rent the property out. This is one of the most fundamental pieces of legislation in recent years affecting the rental potential of UK properties. Under the MEES regulations landlords will face a hefty penalty if they let a property with an F- or G-rated EPC....
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Will my completed IVA affect my chances of getting a mortgage?

An IVA is an effective debt solution, there to assist those struggling to make the minimum monthly repayments on ‘problem debt’ that they may have and looking for a way to cut out negotiations with lenders. If you are considering an IVA, or attempting to discern if you qualify for one, then it’s also a good idea to look into how this debt solution could affect you when obtaining a mortgage.  So, will a completed IVA affect your chances of getting a mortgage? The short answer is yes.   Your credit score is affected   An IVA significantly affects your credit score, and while completing your repayments you will notice your credit score drop. This drop in number will continue to impact you until you start rebuilding your credit again. You will also be unable to take out credit of more than £500 without the permission of your insolvency practitioner,...
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Borrowers Looking for Low Cost Finance Must Be Quick

  UK borrowers in search of property development finance, for whatever reason, have been warned that leaving things too late could prove to be an expensive yet entirely avoidable error.  Whether you are a first-time buyer, a homeowner looking to move, or a buy-to-let property investor in search of expanding your portfolio, secured borrowing products have never been lower on cost.  However, the status quo is not expected to last much longer, with many economists warning that an inevitable hike in interest rates is definitely on the cards, as the historically low borrowing rates gradually start to subside to previous levels. Nonetheless, if you are looking to take advantage of the present lull in interest charges then there is still time to act, provided you move quickly.  Of course, the low interest rates that are available at present are quite possibly the only advantage of the recent economic downturn that...
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Bank of England continued its freeze on interest rates

  The Bank of England continued its freeze on interest rates today with its last monetary policy decision of what has been a tumultuous year for the UK economy.Policymakers were widely expected to hold at 0.25 per cent, with signs of economic resilience undermining calls for another cut and uncertainty over the Brexit effect prevailing against a rise.Financial markets reckon there is a 50% chance of a rate rise by December this year, although many economists now think it could be much later.   Property Expert and eMoov CEO, Russell Quirk, comments on today’s rate freeze: “Today’s decision is great news and will no doubt boost both UK buyers and sellers, as well as the wider economy. It also acts as validation that the over-all market stability seen throughout 2016 should carry on well into 2017, with the UK property market remaining in good health. With interest rates remaining as...
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