What buy to let tax needs to be paid as a property investor? I feel that this is a good place to start by asking this question. After all, this is what our property accountants are asked each time they speak with clients. We need to understand the types of taxes involved when trying to understand […]
Category Archives: Fees & Bills
At Student Circle Lettings we are here to offer advice on how to handle your letting agent fees, bills or charges surrounding your property, whether you are a landlord or a student. Visit this section of our blog to find out more.
In mid-April 2019, the Government announced they propose to consult on scrapping Section 21. These are referred to as the “no-fault” repossessions in the private rental market. Section 21 notices have been the source of controversy in the rental market, with a growing difference in how tenants and landlords view it. The Residential Landlords Association, […]
Landlords in England have had a lot of new regulations to consider in recent times and many updates to existing regulations. If you have struggled to keep up, you are not alone because many landlords have complained about the administrative work they have to do to remain up to date. We know it is challenging […]
So I know a few of you have already contacted the Studentcircle Lettings Team to find our views on the recent email sent out by Coventry City Council about the licensing scheme. If you haven’t heard about it, Coventry City Council are currently developing proposals for a Selective Licensing scheme and a citywide HMO Additional […]
One of the biggest challenges a landlord faces is complying with regulations. New landlords are surprised by the number of rules and regulations governing their industry, and it can be difficult to keep up to date with new and changing regulations. If you are a landlord looking for support in complying with regulations, turn to […]
A new draft bill was introduced to Parliament on 1st November 2017 to ban letting fee’s. This proposed bill has had mixed reviews with some tenants rejoicing over the ban and other concerned as to what this will mean in the future for the cost of their rent. MP’s have responded to the draft bill […]