Our e-book is a comprehensive guide that helps our portfolio landlords to build, shape and manage their properties. E-book will be released chapter by chapter, which discusses a specific topic of interest.
Our property blog takes a look at the current local markets around Dorset to give our landlords current insights about the property markets. This enables you to manage your portfolio properties to the best of your knowledge.
Every month we share a monthly report, where we look at the current property market, give tips and seasonal offerings on services that are useful when managing properties.
Here are the latest updates of the current rental property markets. We share the monthly reports to break down the recent property market numbers and raise current topics from the market. Our e-book publishes different topics for each chapter, so you can easily read a topic of your interest in one place. Lastly, our property blog shares various posts from interviews to top tips or how-to’s to help you keep your property investments beneficial.
The rental market remains strong, with rents increasing across the UK driven by a lack of supply at a time when markets are seasonally active. Interestingly Bournemouth and Poole remain prime areas for investors as both room rents and room rent price increases in the last 12 months are amongst some of the highest in the UK.
In this report we also look forward to the next student intake and basic steps to maximise the rental opportunity for the 2022/2023 campaign in the turn over period.
E-BOOK | CHAPTER TWO
In our second chapter of our e-book, we discuss numbers – in another words, finance. By becoming a landlord, you’re managing an ongoing financial source – the rental income you receive from tenants. You pay tax on rental income like any other monthly earnings. There are different payments in different stages that you need to be aware of.