When you’re looking for a home to rent there are many things you have to take into consideration.

It’s not all about location, location, location when it comes to buy-to-let investing. Property type is another key consideration for investors.

As an asset class, buy-to-let investment continues to flourish. Tenant demand remains strong in London, and rental yields are currently stable.

The London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham has been named one of the most profitable boroughs in London for landlords to invest in.

A detailed, comprehensive property inventory is an essential document for both landlords and tenants.

Investing in buy-to-let properties is only the start.

The London property market is subdued at present. Over the past year, 42% of all London postcodes have seen house prices fall. No property owner will want to see a decrease in the value of their property.

A diverse property portfolio makes sound commercial sense. As with all investments, by diversifying your assets you minimise risk. If one investment performs poorly, then you have your other investments to fall back on. When it comes to property, this means diversifying by asset class and location.

Families leaving Kensington and Chelsea in search of better value and more space

Achieving your selling price requires careful consideration and tactics. It can take a long time to sell a buy-to-let property if you don’t get your asking price right.

Landlords are being warned that they only have until April 1st to make sure their rental properties meet the new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES).

Our fondness for the charms of ‘characterful’ period buildings continues unabated, but there is a downside to owning or inhabiting an older property, namely, poor ventilation.