With the recent weather we have just had with Storm Desmond over the weekend and more storms forecast warning us of severe conditions, I thought it would be useful to look at some simple steps to help protect your property over the winter months.
What are current tax implications when you invest in buy to let property in Scotland?
I always seem to be the bearer of bad news for landlords, but on the plus side at least this new legislation is aimed at ensuring all properties are safe electrically for tenants!
With the sales market slowing down on the run up to Christmas I thought it might be interesting to reflect over the last 12 months.
I get articles into my inbox all the time from industry sources, giving updates on what is happening, what we should be aware of, movements in the market and so on, this morning there was an interesting article on subletting.
If you are looking at some buy to let opportunities and are wondering what the difference between net and gross yields are, I am here to help!
I was out at the weekend at the Edinburgh Christmas Foodies Festival and I can highly recommend it for a good day and furthermore it also nudges you (or maybe it’s the Mulled wine) to start thinking about Christmas…only 6 weeks away.
Due to the nature and make up of our business at Fineholm we receive a huge number of calls from investors looking for their next buy to let purchase.
We know that higher earners are going to lose out from 2017 when tax relief from offsetting mortgage interest is being reduced and then scrapped altogether by 2021. So its bad news for some buy to let landlords, but what can you do to reduce the impact on your pocket?
With house prices in London and the South East continuing to spiral upwards, most investors have started to journey North in order to expand their buy to let portfolio and take advantage of the higher yields produced by the Northern cities and Scotland.