Tagged: Budget2015

Pace of rent rises slows but for how long?

Pace of rent rises slows but for how long?

The latest findings from the HomeLet Rental Index show that the average UK rent on new tenancies increased by 1.6 per cent in the three months to August 2015, compared to a rise of 2.2...




The effects of the Budget and future of licensing schemes

The effects of the Budget and future of licensing schemes

The start of July saw the first Budget from the Conservative Government and despite pleas to the Chancellor ‘to seize the opportunity to encourage growth in the sector by introducing changes to the tax...




New tax rules will negatively impact both tenants and the economy

New tax rules will negatively impact both tenants and the economy

An opinion piece in London’s daily business newspaper, City A.M., focuses on the remarks made by the chancellor in this recent budget statement that buy-to-let landlords have a huge advantage in the market as...




Tax blow for buy-to-let landlords

Tax blow for buy-to-let landlords

The Chancellor, George Osborne, has delivered a blow to landlords in today’s budget speech by announcing that mortgage tax relief for buy-to-let home buyers is to be restricted to the basic rate of income...