What are the tax rules for double glazing windows?

Double glazing has long been a major concern for landlords and those who sell it since the early 2000s. It was announced way back in the 1998 Budget that from April 2001, a concession which was to allow landlords to offset general refurbishments at their properties against tax would...

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What will happen to house prices in 2019

2019 is the year in which Brexit is supposedly going to be finalised and many Brits are fearing for a No Deal Brexit which is sure to negatively affect many aspects of British life, including the housing market. In other words, there is much uncertainty amongst ‘remainers’ and ‘leavers’...

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Bridging Loans lends out nearly £4bn in 2018

In the last 12 months, it has been reported by the Association of Shirt Term Lending (ASTL) that the bridging loans industry has collectively lent a whopping £3.98bn. This figure is 21% over the last year. However, the second has seen a slight contraction in the third quarter of...

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Homelessness at Christmas 2018

Christmas is a time for family, festivity and food for a lot of us in the UK. It is a time of mindless mass consumerism – trying to create the perfect Christmas as directed by the advertising we see from around November onwards. But what is Christmas like for...

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