Private landlords SELLING rental property after tax changes for buy to let investors

In their monthly report, RICS point to 22 per cent of their membership observing a drop-off in landlords advertising rental properties to let in their area, and highlight that reducing numbers of private rental stock is a direct result of taxation changes for buy to let investors, leading to smaller scale landlords exiting the sector.  Meanwhile, tenant demand continues to increase in most of the UK, leading to upwards pressure on rents.   In fact, RICS anticipate that this shortage could create a rise of two per cent on the…

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Perthshire house for sale has two private beaches

LIFE could be beautiful for whoever snaps up this luxury home – complete with two private beaches on the shores of an idyllic loch. Placed on the market as Scotland sizzles in the current heatwave, the three-bed bungalow is on the shores of Loch Rannoch in Perthshire. Source link adminMickleach.com is your news, entertainment, music & fashion website. We provide you with the latest news and videos straight from the entertainment industry. https://mickleach.com

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Coco Bodu Hithi: Swim with turtles, enjoy your own private infinity pool in the Maldives | Beach Holidays | Travel

PR Maldives holiday: The Coco Bodu Hithi island is one of the most beautiful islands in the atoll The Maldives is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for most people, and it does feel like a long way from home when you first step foot onto the island. Touching down in Male, holidaymakers must board a speedboat to get to Coco Bodu Hithi. The journey takes around 40 minutes and it’s a welcome taste of glorious bright sunshine after almost 12 hours travelling. Speeding through the atoll – described as a ‘ring-shaped reef,…

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Malaysia holidays 2018: Pankor island showcases private beauty | Beach Holidays | Travel

At a ramshackle fish farm floating off the coast of Pangkor Island, west Malaysia, I was attempting to catch my dinner. Made up of crisscrossed wooden beams with well-worn nets attached beneath, the structure bobbed gently with the swell of the sea. In the tropical green water below teamed sea bass, red snappers and some monstrous-looking giant groupers. “They’re as big as you,” laughed the weathered fish farmer as I edged my way back along the slats to shore. On a field-to-table food excursion, the plan was to cook up…

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