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The Complete 2020/2021 Landlord Tax Guide

We are in the middle of an unprecedented health crisis, which is also impacting business and personal finances nationwide. Some tax changes are being introduced as part of the Government’s wider measures designed to mitigate the economic impact of the pandemic, though these are not...

Nudge Letters For Landlords From HMRC

Earlier this year HMRC wrote to many individual taxpayers in relation to information held about overseas income or gains. HMRC is now sending letters on residential property owned by overseas companies as a ‘nudge’ to encourage disclosure of rental income and benefits.  HMRC is sending...

RESULTS: Latest Rental Yield Hotspot Survey 2021 (TLA-RYHS2021)

TLA Data Survey Of TLA Members From 05th October 2020 - 04th November 2020. Participants: 12,278 With 55,711 Property(s) >

New TLA Platform Visitors Reach 20,000 a Day!

Booming Traffic To The New Site From TLA Members And Other landlords With The Breakdown On Enquiries By Top 5 Topics To TLA's Landlord Concierge Service During The Period Noted Below; : Eviction Advice On Rent Arrears By TenantsCovid-19 Regulation Changes/Implications To Landlord & tenant LawLandlord...

How To Legally Evict Your Tenant (GUIDE)

The two types of assured shorthold tenancies The following advice only applies to shorthold tenancies. The two types of assured shorthold tenancies are: 'periodic' tenancies – these run week by week or month by month with no fixed end date.  They can also arise following the expiry...

Rent Guarantee Insurance GUIDE

Rent guarantee insurance, also known as tenant default insurance, is a common landlord insurance add-on which can protect you from the serious financial implications of defaulting tenants. Rent guarantee insurance is a type of landlord insurance which could cover your rental income, should your tenants be unable...

Property Damage Liability (Landlord V Tenant)

If you’re a landlord, the last thing you want is a call from a tenant talking of property damage.  Even if your tenants are normally no trouble at all, damage to your building or its fixtures and fittings can cause you all sorts of problems,...

Evictions Without A Reason

If there is an occupier with basic protection, a landlord must get a court order before a tenant can be evicted. A landlord doesn't need to give a tenant or the court a reason. Occupiers with basic protection include some property guardians, students in university...

Section 21 Notices

Most private landlords can give a section 21 notice as a first step towards ending an assured shorthold tenancy. Most private renters have this type of tenancy. A section 21 is sometimes called a ‘no fault’ notice as a landlord doesn't need to give a reason for...

The Eviction Process

Most landlords need to apply for an eviction order from court before they can ask bailiffs to evict you. Sometimes landlords need to prove a reason for the eviction in court. landlords won't need to prove a reason for the eviction if they use the section...

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Is Landlord Insurance Required By Law?

While there landlord insurance is not compulsory by law; it is recommended that any property owner secure their property in the event of any...

Landlord Confidence Survey 2020/21

Covid-19 & Pre-Tenancy Care

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