Ralph James

Selling your rental home: plan the perfect exit without losing your tenant or income.

Although rents are going through the roof, yields are getting higher, and there’s massive demand from tenants, many landlords are selling their rental homes. For some, it’s part of their long-term plan, but for others, it’s a reaction against changing rules and taxes. Even so, not every landlord who’s selling up is getting out. Some […]

Letting up: could rising inflation spell good news for landlords?

Everyone’s talking about inflation right now, and usually in negative terms.  The current climate of rising prices is affecting us all, from filling up the car to doing the weekly shop. There’s also plenty of news about tenants and buyers feeling the squeeze, but what about landlords? Reduced tax allowances and rising interest rates are […]

Buy. Revamp. Rent. Repeat: For sustainable Lettings success.

With tenancies getting longer and renting becoming a lifestyle choice, tenants are looking for high-quality homes to live in for longer. By meeting this continually growing demand, you’ll achieve higher rents and grow a profitable long-term business. Finding suitable homes to renovate, getting the specification right, and having the finance in place for the purchase and works are essential elements of any successful project. So here’s our comprehensive guide to the “buy, revamp, rent, repeat” system used by many successful landlords.

What I let: an insight on being a landlord in Redhill.

Brook Road straddles the border of Redhill town centre and Earlswood, and set back in an exclusive, gated development lies a modern two bedroom, top floor apartment, currently let by landlord Rob Wood. Our lettings manager, Sam, recently caught up with Rob to get an insight on being an investor, and what it’s really like to be a landlord.

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