Posted on April 03, 2018
by Insight Law
If you’re looking to invest in a rental property, or you’ve already signed on the dotted line, there are a lot of factors to consider and a lot of preparations to undertake before you hand over the keys to your tenants.
Around 3.3 million cases of fraud were reported in the year ending June 2018, making fraud one of the most commonly experienced crimes across the country.
The property market has a case of the jitters thanks to the uncertainty whirling around Brexit.
Life can be messy and involve red wine stains on the carpet, scratches on the walls and a lightbulb replacement or three. Anything that requires more than elbow grease to get a home in order, though, should be of concern for conscientious landlords.
Boundary disputes can be uncomfortable and the quicker you can move to resolve them, the better.
It would be an ideal world if investment properties always returned a profit, were always tenanted, and always had courteous and punctual tenants. Unfortunately for some landlords, though, their buy-to-let situation is not always ideal.
We provide a review of the potential buy to let risks and rewards
Figuring out whether buying property is right for you can be mentally taxing with all of the research and checks you need to do beforehand, but it can also be a lot of fun.
If you want to move into your new home before Christmas, now is the time to get your skates on. It may seem a long way off, but there are 11 weeks left until Christmas (yes, we’ve started counting), which means there ar only 55 buying days left. We’ve put together these tips to help you get you settled before Santa Claus pays a visit.
We provide an insight and some guidance to help you throughout the auction buying process.
Changes to LLT for non-residential freehold property replace previously titled Stamp Duty Land Tax
The Property Insights Team here at Insight Law have looked at the new Land Transaction Tax for Wales, which comes into force in April 2018
Review our useful, up to date guide, to ensure you are compliant
We really do understand your commercial property requirements - here we illustrate the ways in which we can help you.