Liverpool landlords urged to keep up with legislation to avoid costly errors

Liverpool landlords urged to keep up with legislation to avoid costly errors Liverpool landlords are being urged to ensure they’re up to date on legislation before issuing eviction notices to tenants. Sponsored content  Not keeping up with changes to the law and seeking advice after the eviction process has already been triggered can ... Read More...

Security deposit cap: How will new legislation impact landlords and tenants?

Security deposit cap: How will new legislation impact landlords and tenants? With a cap on security deposits announced during this year’s Queen’s Speech, Your Move takes a look at how landlords will manage riskier tenants going forward. Words by Christine Toner If you’re a landlord then you’ve probably had just about enough of ... Read More...

Generation Rent: A testing time for tenants

Generation Rent: A testing time for tenants Liverpool’s rental sector special Words by Christine Toner For many, renting is a temporary step with the eventual goal being home ownership.However, that isn’t always the case.While the term ‘generation rent’ was originally coined to describe those tenants who desperately wanted to get on the housing ... Read More...

Spring Budget was ‘prime opportunity’ to reverse landlord tax changes

Chancellor Philip Hammond has missed a “prime opportunity” to halt proposed mortgage interest relief restrictions for landlords, according to a Liverpool expert.Following the Chancellor’s Spring Budget announcement, Paul Nicholson, managing director of Luxor Group, says the new tax changes could discourage landlords from investing.The Chancellor’s first and last Spring Budget avoided ... Read More...