Author: Robert Dibb

Landlords and tenants can have difficult relationships. Landlord’s are primarily responsible for ensuring that their rental properties are fit to live in, whilst tenants may have their own expectations for the property and what their monthly rent is expected to cover. The dynamic of this relationship has recently...

There has been a rapid rise in self employment over recent years, in fact the number of selfemployed workers has increased from 3.3 million in 2001 to 4.8 million in 2017, according to the Office for National Statistics. They now account for a substantial 15% of the...

Houses of Multiple Occupancy are often lucrative ventures for British landlords. They can have the potential to bring in yields that can’t be matched by standard buy-to-lets. But you may already be aware that since October 1st new rules and regulations have effected HMOs, as well as...