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  • http://www.fineholm.co.uk/blog/should-i-pay-tax-on-my-rental-income-/

    HMRC announced that they will be targeting landlords who should be paying tax on their rental income. This has been announced following their discovery that fewer than 500,000 landlord tax payers are registered with HMRC, when they believe it should be closer to 1.4 million. It is estimated that these landlords are responsible for over £550 million of tax revenue.

  • http://www.fineholm.co.uk/blog/average-rental-figures-and-the-spring-outlook/

    Most newspaper articles and press releases will lead you to believe that London is having its own little property boom, with the rest of the UK lagging behind. It would be fair to say that we are not at London levels but Scotland has seen rental increases in the last year and as we move through into Spring 2014, the outlook looks good - particularly in Edinburgh and the Lothians.

  • http://www.fineholm.co.uk/blog/landlord-faq/

     What is the notice period I have to give? When can I get my property back? Questions that are often asked at this time of year when landlords may think about selling.

  • http://www.fineholm.co.uk/blog/what-makes-a-good-buy-to-let-investment/

    If you are considering dipping your toe in the wonderful and for some, slightly scary world of buy to let in the Glasgow area I thought a few 'would be' investors may be interested to hear a letting agent's perspective on why some rental investments work well and others are like a proverbial noose round the landlord's neck!

  • http://www.fineholm.co.uk/blog/acquiring-a-new-letting-portfolio-what-happens-in-practise/

     We recently acquired a new lettings book or portfolio, it's our 4th one so far, how has it been for us, and more importantly our clients?

  • http://www.fineholm.co.uk/blog/capital-takes-lead-as-house-sales-across-country-rise/

    12/03/14
    click to read     March 2014
    The Hearld Scotland


    NEW figures show that Edinburgh has overtaken Glasgow as the hottest property market north of the border with more homes changing hands in the capital than in Scotland's largest city last year.

    Official statistics show that during 2013 there were 9412 residential house sales in Edinburgh, an increase of 24%, compared to 8919 in Glasgow.
     

  • http://www.fineholm.co.uk/blog/lauras-week-so-far-in-fineholm--/

    Who: Laura Beard

    Role: Active Director

    Based: Glasgow most of the time..
     

  • http://www.fineholm.co.uk/blog/fineholms-top-10-tips-for-an-easy-agreement-on-full-deposit-return/
  • http://www.fineholm.co.uk/blog/thinking-of-renting-out-your-property-over-the-commonwealth-games/

    If you are considering letting out a property as a holiday let over the upcoming exciting events happening in Scotland then there are some specific legal requirements which will apply and in addition you need to consider whether your property is suitable for someone visiting for a very short period.  This post will offer some information on the practicalities.

  • http://www.fineholm.co.uk/blog/scottish-housing-market-conditions-strengthen/

    Scottish housing market conditions 'strengthen'
    27/01/14
    click to read     www.bbc.co.uk/news
    27 January 2014


    Latest figures from Solicitor Property Centres Scotland show a 36% rise on house sales in the final quarter of 2013 compared with the previous year

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