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Do landlords save tax using a company for buy to let?
 
After deciding to invest in student letting, one of the first decisions is trading status - and a question regularly asked is if owning and renting through a company is better than trading under your own name. The answer from most tax advisers will be a non-committal Ďit depen
     
Posted by on 21/06/2012 11:44:03
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Call to give HMO landlords tax breaks to help homeless
 
Shared house landlords should pick up tax breaks in a bid to encourage them to provide more homes, lower rents and longer tenancies to young renters struggling to find homes, according to a new report. Giving landlords running houses in multiple occupation or buy to lets this
     
Posted by on 20/06/2012 10:58:45
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Claiming home as office expenses for landlords
 
Working from a home office to run a property business is a popular option for thousands of landlords, but many are underclaiming expenses in fear of triggering a capital gains tax bill. The worry is that turning over part of your home to business marks that part of the propert
     
Posted by on 20/06/2012 10:44:27
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Buy to let landlords keen to buy more properties
 
Stagnant home prices and easier to access buy to let borrowing has allowed landlords to add more properties to their portfolios. The size of the average letting business portfolio went up to 14.1 properties over the last quarter, according to a study by specialist landlord len
     
Posted by on 20/06/2012 10:40:27
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Call for letting agents to safeguard landlord cash
 
Letting agents may soon have to take steps to safeguard landlord cash if they agree to sign up to a new scheme with The Property Ombudsman. Letting agents are not regulated and have no legal obligation to protect rents collected for landlords. Several high-profile letting a
     
Posted by on 20/06/2012 10:38:22
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Student letting outperforms most property investments
 
Student housing is still one of the best performing property investments outperforming many other sectors, according to a report from property consultants Savills. The firmís student housing spotlight for 2012 is aimed at corporate investors, but includes insights and data use
     
Posted by on 20/06/2012 10:34:55
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