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    Tenants rights in rented property

    With mortgage lenders now demanding higher deposits and house prices out of reach of more people, rental accommodation is becoming a more popular option. However, tenants aren’t always aware of their rights and the responsibilities their landlord has. If you live in a rented property, this guide will help you understand your basic rights and

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    tax liabilities as a landlord

    Renting a home

    With the economic downturn, renting a home has become a more popular choice and not just as a short term solution. According to the Office for National Statistics, between 2008 and 2011, the number of those renting privately increased from 10% to 15% and those owning a home decreased from 40% to 35%. If you’re

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    tax liabilities as a landlord

    Landlord Insurance: What does it cover?

    Landlord insurance should be considered if you’re renting out properties or your own home. With high house prices and stringent lending conditions making it increasing difficult to get a mortgage or increase your mortgage, many are finding it easier to just rent a property or even rent out their property to save money. Some might

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    Renting storage space in your home

    Renting out some of your home doesn’t always require a spare bedroom It may sound too good to be true but, if you’re a property owner with spare capacity but don’t want a lodger, then you could still be making some cash out of your dwelling by renting storage space. You may be thinking that

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