What’s more, the right approach can also minimise issues, allowing you to enjoy your free time without worrying about your rental investment.
For the UK, creating a link between the growth of the private rented sector and the delivery of new homes offers the opportunity to both increase the volume of homes built in the UK, and improve the experience of renters. 2016 will be a formative year in the growth of the institutionally backed build to rent sector.
Changes implemented under the Energy Efficiency (England & Wales) Regulations 2015, mean that domestic landlords need to be prepared for the new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES). These changes come into force on the 1st April 2016.
We have a selection of homes for all types of buyers in our February round up of properties of the month.
Today approximately 33% of second hand houses are sold chain free, compared to only 10% ten years ago, with 2015 having the highest proportion year to date.