Starting a joint venture with a partner can help you to raise capital, avoid less risk and benefit from their experience.
Even if your property isn't furnished, it's still vital to have a property inventory to protect your floors, walls and carpets.
Landlords who have tried to cash in on the Olympics could face void periods or falls in rent after the Games.
A Will not only outlines who is to inherit; it's also used to appoint guardians and ensure that vulnerable beneficiaries are protected.
Landlords need to use technology to attract tenants in the modern era, including advertising their property online.
If you want to attract a high calibre of tenant, then it's important that you maintain your property to a high standard.
Lodger-landlords must prepare for a lodger, by contacting their mortgage company and getting the agreement in writing.
Landlords will face increasing pressure from tenants to go green and pressure from the government to become carbon neutral.
Landlords failing to provide an inventory are very short-sighted as they protect both parties in the event of a dispute.
Charities rely on income from money left in wills, so it's vital to keep these organisations in mind when writing a will.
Anyone over 40 should consider choosing someone to act as an LPA for them in the event of them falling ill.
Landlords are advised to shop around and use brokers to find the most competitive rate for their landlord insurance.