LOFT Interiors Blog

How to Spruce Up Your Property to Attract New Tenants

If your property is looking a little drab, it's time to crack open a tin of paint and give your space that much-needed update. Refreshing your property will make it more appealing to potential tenants, and more desirable apartments have potential to let faster, so a quick update will mean that your properties are contributing to profits rather than draining your resources. Giving your space some much-needed TLC will help you to secure longer tenancies, which will be more lucrative in the long run.

Tax On Wear & Tear: What Landlords & Agents Need To Know

Over the last few years, landlords have been hit with a slew of added financial pressure. From the stamp duty surcharge to a less favourable mortgage interest allowance, there’s every reason to tighten belts in the UK rental sector.

What The 2017 Autumn Budget Means For Residential Development

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, has delivered his Budget for the Treasury’s spending in the UK. As predicted, housing is a top priority – the government is trying to change the course of our residential market. To do so, they’ve revealed a handful of announcements, all of which may have an impact on property development.

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