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Nethouseprices are delighted to have partnered with Kate Faulkner, one of the UK’s top property experts, to bring you the best help and advice for your property project or help solving a problem.

Kate is the author of property books for Which? the consumer organisation and is regularly featured in the media, commentating on the property market and giving advice on every type of residential property project or problem.

Kate and her team at Propertychecklists.co.uk have sourced the very best companies and organisation to partner with to bring you independent, up to date advice and help. So whatever you need to know, they will have a checklist or article to help or you can even ask them for help directly through their Contact Us or Forum.

These Buy to Let quick checklist guides will help you through the property investment and management minefield!

  • Investing via a limited company - RITA 4 Rent

    With changes to the way landlords can claim tax relief, many are considering the benefits of investing via a limited company instead of as an individual. But is this right for you? There’s no simple answer, but the experts at RITA 4 Rent have come up with this useful list of pros and cons to help you decide. Everybody’s situation is different, however, so do consult with a property tax expert before making your decision.

     

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  • Passing on property wealth - Chase De Vere

    Leaving your property to your family sounds like the perfect final act of generosity. But if you own more than one property, you could actually be landing them with a big bill for inheritance tax. Before you make your will, it’s a good idea to go through the whole of your estate with a wealth manager, who understands all types of assets, both in life and death. They will advise you on the best way to proceed, and help you update your plans as circumstances change. Take a look at this checklist, compiled by Chase de Vere, to help you get started.

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  • How to plan an exit from buy-to-let’ programme

    - Part of a Six 25 minute long series on buy to let

    - Property expert Kate Faulkner hosts segments looking at topics such as purchasing, letting and exiting a Buy to Let

    - Variety of special guests

    - Helps current and future landlords purchase and run a successful buy to let property.

    The ‘Buy to Let Show’ has been devised by leading property expert Kate Faulkner, who runs www.propertychecklists.co.uk, one of the UK’s education and information residential property website, and delivered in partnership with Direct Line for Business. The series includes six 25-minute programmes and features case studies and vital information from industry experts, with the first programme being aired on Sunday, 7th May, at 11am. 

    There are now more than two million landlords in the UK, plus many people considering property as an investment. With tax changes potentially hitting landlords hard, an ever-increasing list of rules and regulations and the introduction of tougher fines for those who fail to follow them, the Buy to Let Show couldn’t come at a better time. 

    Christina Dimitrov, Business Manager at Direct Line for Business, said: “Landlords have a tough time trying to keep up with latest trends in bu to let investment and also ensuring they are compliant with the law. We have supported the new Buy to Let Show to help landlords understand how to maximise their buy to let investment returns and deliver legally and safely let properties to their tenants.” 

    The six episodes of The Buy to Let Show cover the key areas of purchasing, letting and, importantly, exiting a property investment. The episode titles are: 

     Is Buy to Let a Wise Investment? 

     Financing and Insuring a Buy to Let 

     Choosing a Buy to Let 

     Letting a Rental Property Legally and Safely 

     Dealing with Tenancy Problems During a Buy to Let 

     How to Plan an Exit from Buy to Let. 

    Each show is split into three sections, with an introduction from show presenter Kate Faulkner on the main topic, landlord case studies and expert interviews followed by a panel discussion. 

    Kate said: “In my experience, buy to let is not often explained to people properly and, as a result, although some are successful, others are failing and not making any money at all – or, worse, have even lost their own home. 

    “There are now more than 160 laws which landlords need to abide by; many are health and safety regulations which most existing landlords don’t understand. It’s clear that help is needed so the Buy to Let Show will be an invaluable resource for existing landlords and anyone thinking that investing in property is how they want to make their money or save for a pension in the future.” 

    Kate has spent years learning how people carry out property projects and knows the key mistakes they make. She currently helps people via www.propertychecklists.co.uk through property price and rental reports, easy-to-read checklists and eBooks. Now, the Buy to Let Show provides the ultimate education and information opportunity, thanks to the support from Direct Line for Business. 

    You can watch this show on 11th June, at 11am, on Propertychecklists.co.uk. ‘How to plan an exit from buy-to-let’

    http://www.propertychecklists.co.uk/articles/the-buy-to-let-show

     

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  • Dealing with tenancy problems during a buy-to-let’ programme

    - Part of a Six 25 minute long series on buy to let

    - Property expert Kate Faulkner hosts segments looking at topics such as purchasing, letting and exiting a Buy to Let

    - Variety of special guests

    - Helps current and future landlords purchase and run a successful buy to let property.

    The ‘Buy to Let Show’ has been devised by leading property expert Kate Faulkner, who runs www.propertychecklists.co.uk, one of the UK’s education and information residential property website, and delivered in partnership with Direct Line for Business. The series includes six 25-minute programmes and features case studies and vital information from industry experts, with the first programme being aired on Sunday, 7th May, at 11am. 

    There are now more than two million landlords in the UK, plus many people considering property as an investment. With tax changes potentially hitting landlords hard, an ever-increasing list of rules and regulations and the introduction of tougher fines for those who fail to follow them, the Buy to Let Show couldn’t come at a better time. 

    Christina Dimitrov, Business Manager at Direct Line for Business, said: “Landlords have a tough time trying to keep up with latest trends in bu to let investment and also ensuring they are compliant with the law. We have supported the new Buy to Let Show to help landlords understand how to maximise their buy to let investment returns and deliver legally and safely let properties to their tenants.” 

    The six episodes of The Buy to Let Show cover the key areas of purchasing, letting and, importantly, exiting a property investment. The episode titles are: 

     Is Buy to Let a Wise Investment? 

     Financing and Insuring a Buy to Let 

     Choosing a Buy to Let 

     Letting a Rental Property Legally and Safely 

     Dealing with Tenancy Problems During a Buy to Let 

     How to Plan an Exit from Buy to Let. 

    Each show is split into three sections, with an introduction from show presenter Kate Faulkner on the main topic, landlord case studies and expert interviews followed by a panel discussion. 

    Kate said: “In my experience, buy to let is not often explained to people properly and, as a result, although some are successful, others are failing and not making any money at all – or, worse, have even lost their own home. 

    “There are now more than 160 laws which landlords need to abide by; many are health and safety regulations which most existing landlords don’t understand. It’s clear that help is needed so the Buy to Let Show will be an invaluable resource for existing landlords and anyone thinking that investing in property is how they want to make their money or save for a pension in the future.” 

    Kate has spent years learning how people carry out property projects and knows the key mistakes they make. She currently helps people via www.propertychecklists.co.uk through property price and rental reports, easy-to-read checklists and eBooks. Now, the Buy to Let Show provides the ultimate education and information opportunity, thanks to the support from Direct Line for Business. 

    You can watch this show on 4th June, at 11am, on Propertychecklists.co.uk. ‘Dealing with tenancy problems during a buy-to-let’

    http://www.propertychecklists.co.uk/articles/the-buy-to-let-show

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  • Letting a rental property legally and safely

    - Part of a Six 25 minute long series on buy to let

    - Property expert Kate Faulkner hosts segments looking at topics such as purchasing, letting and exiting a Buy to Let

    - Variety of special guests

    - Helps current and future landlords purchase and run a successful buy to let property.

    The ‘Buy to Let Show’ has been devised by leading property expert Kate Faulkner, who runs www.propertychecklists.co.uk, one of the UK’s education and information residential property website, and delivered in partnership with Direct Line for Business. The series includes six 25-minute programmes and features case studies and vital information from industry experts, with the first programme being aired on Sunday, 7th May, at 11am. 

    There are now more than two million landlords in the UK, plus many people considering property as an investment. With tax changes potentially hitting landlords hard, an ever-increasing list of rules and regulations and the introduction of tougher fines for those who fail to follow them, the Buy to Let Show couldn’t come at a better time. 

    Christina Dimitrov, Business Manager at Direct Line for Business, said: “Landlords have a tough time trying to keep up with latest trends in bu to let investment and also ensuring they are compliant with the law. We have supported the new Buy to Let Show to help landlords understand how to maximise their buy to let investment returns and deliver legally and safely let properties to their tenants.” 

    The six episodes of The Buy to Let Show cover the key areas of purchasing, letting and, importantly, exiting a property investment. The episode titles are: 

     Is Buy to Let a Wise Investment? 

     Financing and Insuring a Buy to Let 

     Choosing a Buy to Let 

     Letting a Rental Property Legally and Safely 

     Dealing with Tenancy Problems During a Buy to Let 

     How to Plan an Exit from Buy to Let. 

    Each show is split into three sections, with an introduction from show presenter Kate Faulkner on the main topic, landlord case studies and expert interviews followed by a panel discussion. 

    Kate said: “In my experience, buy to let is not often explained to people properly and, as a result, although some are successful, others are failing and not making any money at all – or, worse, have even lost their own home. 

    “There are now more than 160 laws which landlords need to abide by; many are health and safety regulations which most existing landlords don’t understand. It’s clear that help is needed so the Buy to Let Show will be an invaluable resource for existing landlords and anyone thinking that investing in property is how they want to make their money or save for a pension in the future.” 

    Kate has spent years learning how people carry out property projects and knows the key mistakes they make. She currently helps people via www.propertychecklists.co.uk through property price and rental reports, easy-to-read checklists and eBooks. Now, the Buy to Let Show provides the ultimate education and information opportunity, thanks to the support from Direct Line for Business. 

    You can watch this show on 28th May, at 11am, on Propertychecklists.co.uk. ‘Letting a rental property legally and safely?’

     

     

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  • How to choose a buy-to-let’ programme

    - Part of a Six 25 minute long series on buy to let

    - Property expert Kate Faulkner hosts segments looking at topics such as purchasing, letting and exiting a Buy to Let

    - Variety of special guests

    - Helps current and future landlords purchase and run a successful buy to let property.

    http://www.propertychecklists.co.uk/articles/the-buy-to-let-show

    The ‘Buy to Let Show’ has been devised by leading property expert Kate Faulkner, who runs www.propertychecklists.co.uk, one of the UK’s education and information residential property website, and delivered in partnership with Direct Line for Business. The series includes six 25-minute programmes and features case studies and vital information from industry experts, with the first programme being aired on Sunday, 7th May, at 11am. 

    There are now more than two million landlords in the UK, plus many people considering property as an investment. With tax changes potentially hitting landlords hard, an ever-increasing list of rules and regulations and the introduction of tougher fines for those who fail to follow them, the Buy to Let Show couldn’t come at a better time. 

    Christina Dimitrov, Business Manager at Direct Line for Business, said: “Landlords have a tough time trying to keep up with latest trends in bu to let investment and also ensuring they are compliant with the law. We have supported the new Buy to Let Show to help landlords understand how to maximise their buy to let investment returns and deliver legally and safely let properties to their tenants.” 

    The six episodes of The Buy to Let Show cover the key areas of purchasing, letting and, importantly, exiting a property investment. The episode titles are: 

     Is Buy to Let a Wise Investment? 

     Financing and Insuring a Buy to Let 

     Choosing a Buy to Let 

     Letting a Rental Property Legally and Safely 

     Dealing with Tenancy Problems During a Buy to Let 

     How to Plan an Exit from Buy to Let. 

    Each show is split into three sections, with an introduction from show presenter Kate Faulkner on the main topic, landlord case studies and expert interviews followed by a panel discussion. 

    Kate said: “In my experience, buy to let is not often explained to people properly and, as a result, although some are successful, others are failing and not making any money at all – or, worse, have even lost their own home. 

    “There are now more than 160 laws which landlords need to abide by; many are health and safety regulations which most existing landlords don’t understand. It’s clear that help is needed so the Buy to Let Show will be an invaluable resource for existing landlords and anyone thinking that investing in property is how they want to make their money or save for a pension in the future.” 

    Kate has spent years learning how people carry out property projects and knows the key mistakes they make. She currently helps people via www.propertychecklists.co.uk through property price and rental reports, easy-to-read checklists and eBooks. Now, the Buy to Let Show provides the ultimate education and information opportunity, thanks to the support from Direct Line for Business. 

    You can watch this show on 20th May, at 11am, on Propertychecklists.co.uk. ‘How to choose a buy-to-let?’

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  • Financing and Insuring a buy-to-let programme

    - Part of a Six 25 minute long series on buy to let

    - Property expert Kate Faulkner hosts segments looking at topics such as purchasing, letting and exiting a Buy to Let

    - Variety of special guests

    - Helps current and future landlords purchase and run a successful buy to let property.

    http://www.propertychecklists.co.uk/articles/the-buy-to-let-show

    The ‘Buy to Let Show’ has been devised by leading property expert Kate Faulkner, who runs www.propertychecklists.co.uk, one of the UK’s education and information residential property website, and delivered in partnership with Direct Line for Business. The series includes six 25-minute programmes and features case studies and vital information from industry experts, with the first programme being aired on Sunday, 7th May, at 11am. 

    There are now more than two million landlords in the UK, plus many people considering property as an investment. With tax changes potentially hitting landlords hard, an ever-increasing list of rules and regulations and the introduction of tougher fines for those who fail to follow them, the Buy to Let Show couldn’t come at a better time. 

    Christina Dimitrov, Business Manager at Direct Line for Business, said: “Landlords have a tough time trying to keep up with latest trends in bu to let investment and also ensuring they are compliant with the law. We have supported the new Buy to Let Show to help landlords understand how to maximise their buy to let investment returns and deliver legally and safely let properties to their tenants.” 

    The six episodes of The Buy to Let Show cover the key areas of purchasing, letting and, importantly, exiting a property investment. The episode titles are: 

     Is Buy to Let a Wise Investment? 

     Financing and Insuring a Buy to Let 

     Choosing a Buy to Let 

     Letting a Rental Property Legally and Safely 

     Dealing with Tenancy Problems During a Buy to Let 

     How to Plan an Exit from Buy to Let. 

    Each show is split into three sections, with an introduction from show presenter Kate Faulkner on the main topic, landlord case studies and expert interviews followed by a panel discussion. 

    Kate said: “In my experience, buy to let is not often explained to people properly and, as a result, although some are successful, others are failing and not making any money at all – or, worse, have even lost their own home. 

    “There are now more than 160 laws which landlords need to abide by; many are health and safety regulations which most existing landlords don’t understand. It’s clear that help is needed so the Buy to Let Show will be an invaluable resource for existing landlords and anyone thinking that investing in property is how they want to make their money or save for a pension in the future.” 

    Kate has spent years learning how people carry out property projects and knows the key mistakes they make. She currently helps people via www.propertychecklists.co.uk through property price and rental reports, easy-to-read checklists and eBooks. Now, the Buy to Let Show provides the ultimate education and information opportunity, thanks to the support from Direct Line for Business. 

    You can watch this show on 13th May, at 11am, on Propertychecklists.co.uk. ‘Financing and insuring a buy-to-let?’

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  • New programme to unlock the buy-to-let maze

    -  Six 25 minute long episodes on buy to let

    -  Property expert Kate Faulkner hosts segments looking at topics such as purchasing, letting and exiting a Buy to Let

    -  Variety of special guests

    -  Helps current and future landlords purchase and run a successful buy to let property.

    You can watch the first show from Sunday, 7th May, at 11am, on Propertychecklists.co.uk. ‘Is buy-to-let a wise investment?’

    http://www.propertychecklists.co.uk/articles/the-buy-to-let-show

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  • Selling to a Cash Buyer, What to Consider

    There is a huge range of reasons people need to sell their homes quickly, such as a house sale falling through, needing to sell an inherited or second property, relationship breakdown, wanting to avoid house viewings, needing to pay off debts quickly, relocating for work or being unable to sell a property with a short lease or in a bad state of repair on the open market. If this sounds like you, a professional property buyer could be the answer – here’s how to choose a company which will treat you fairly.

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  • Do I need to Serve a Party Wall Notice – Collier Stevens

    You are likely to need a party wall notice if your work includes basements, repairing a boundary wall or building on, or up to, the boundary between you and a neighbour. You need to ask, do you have a party wall or fence or structure that you share with a neighbour? You can issue your own party wall notice but you may need to serve several different notices under various parts of the party wall act so it’s worth using a RICS surveyor as they are more likely to do this properly for you. Make sure you spend some time reading our checklists and articles so you know what to do and when and who can help you.

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