Goadsby Knowledge Hub

June 2017 articles

Commercial Property Investment - What to Consider?

What to consider when looking for a commercial property investment. Location - Do you want to be able to keep an eye on the building or will you appoint a Managing Agent?

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Looking To Rent Your First Commercial Property

Things to consider when you are looking for your first commercial property.

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Reinstatement Cost Assessments for Insurance Purposes

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors consider it prudent to re-assess the sum insured of a commercial building every three years or whenever significant alterations and/or extensions are made to the building

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Commercial Property and Energy Efficiency Standards

It will be illegal to let or renew the lease of a property that does not meet energy efficiency minimum standards from 1 April 2018. It is estimated that 20% of UK commercial property will be impacted

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Dilapidations

Dilapidations are designed to show both Landlord & Tenant what work is required to put a building back into a reasonable condition. Goadsby offer advice to either of the parties involved, both landlord and tenant.

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Tenants FAQ's

Find the answers to the questions we get asked the most from tenants about renting a property.

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A Students Guide to Renting

Once you have finished your first year in halls in is time to find private accommodation. Here’s a view helpful hints to find the right student property for you.

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How to get your property ready to rent

If you haven’t purchased the property with a specific buy to let mortgage you must contact your mortgage company or financial lender. Once you have determined that your property can be rented out, request the approval in writing for your records.

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Letting to Students

Why should a student landlord choose Goadsby? Goadsby can assist in making sure that your property complies with the HMO licencing conditions.

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Once you have purchased your buy to let property

Legislation and regulations can make the lettings industry a minefield. Updates to legislation are frequent and non compliance can lead to fines and even custodial sentence’s it is therefore advised that you use an experience and reputable letting agent to ensure you are compliant and kept up to date with new and changes to legislation.

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Before purchasing a buy to let

You could be searching for the highest possible return immediately, or wish to find the best property for long term capital growth. Most investors want a balance of both income and capital appreciation and see investing in property as an appealing alternative to low interest savings accounts, pensions and volatile stocks and shares.

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Right To Rent

Effective from 1st February 2016 the Right to Rent is a check a landlord, agent or householder renting out property should make to ensure that the prospective tenants or occupants have a right to rent

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