Honestly, some very odd comments on the ways the tax changes will impact on landlords: here’s a prize from the Office for Budget Responsibility, the body that monitors Treasury activities and ensures feasibility of tax policy in economic terms: “It is expected that 1 in 5 individual landlords will receive less relief as a result… Continue reading Question: how does increasing tax on landlords help tenants? (Answer: it doesn’t)
A call for £50,000 of funding for a legal challenge to the Chancellor’s tax grab on landlords on Boxing Day was successfully reached by the end of the Christmas/New Year break. Steve Bolton, who runs a buy-to-let training franchise company, had commented: “It’s not clear why the Government has chosen to just launch an attack… Continue reading Alice in Wonderland tax facing a legal challenge
The checkout is one of the most crucial parts of the daily life of lettings: it can make or break the experience of having lived in or rented out a property, depending on whether you are the tenant or the landlord. So here’s an interesting comment today from one of the main deposit protection services,… Continue reading A ‘good checkout’ guide
Honestly, you would think that being a landlord required us to carry a sandwich board around our necks confessing to criminality, the way the media reports on what our elected representatives say; together these two groups are painting a picture of landlords that I just don’t get. Speaking at the RESI conference held at the… Continue reading Are all landlords rogues?