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A Common Mispelling Of Room To Let
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Buy-to-let Landlords Likely To Increase Rents...

09.06.2016

Tenants ‘will feel brunt’ as property investors are hit by new stamp duty and tax relief cut, says lender

Many tenants renting privately are likely to be hit with rent increases following changes to the tax regime for landlords, according to a report to be published this Friday.

Research by the lender Kent Reliance found that about a third of buy-to-let landlords intended to pass on increased costs to their tenants following the surcharge on stamp duty for second property owners and cap on tax relief for buy-to-let mortgages.

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I'm Helping My Son Buy A House – How Do I...

09.06.2016

My friend advises me to register an interest in the money I’m giving him, but the solicitor doesn’t seem keen

Q I’ve got some money in savings that I want to use to help my son buy his first house. The house he has found is valued at £210,000 and he has an agreed mortgage of £168,000. It is my intention to give him the remaining £42,000 as a deposit, plus a little extra for fees.

A friend has worried me by saying that, should my son and his girlfriend split, she would be entitled to half of everything – so, £21,000 of my hard-saved cash. He said that I need to register an interest in this money so that it will be exempt from her share of the house. It seems a bit harsh, but then again, if she is only contributing to the mortgage and not the deposit I think this only fair. The solicitor doesn’t seem keen on this. Is this sound advice?

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Property | The Guardian

I'm Helping My Son Buy A House – How Do I...

09.06.2016

My friend advises me to register an interest in the money I’m giving him, but the solicitor doesn’t seem keen

Q I’ve got some money in savings that I want to use to help my son buy his first house. The house he has found is valued at £210,000 and he has an agreed mortgage of £168,000. It is my intention to give him the remaining £42,000 as a deposit, plus a little extra for fees.

A friend has worried me by saying that, should my son and his girlfriend split, she would be entitled to half of everything – so, £21,000 of my hard-saved cash. He said that I need to register an interest in this money so that it will be exempt from her share of the house. It seems a bit harsh, but then again, if she is only contributing to the mortgage and not the deposit I think this only fair. The solicitor doesn’t seem keen on this. Is this sound advice?

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Property | The Guardian

I'm Helping My Son Buy A House – How Do I...

09.06.2016

My friend advises me to register an interest in the money I’m giving him, but the solicitor doesn’t seem keen

Q I’ve got some money in savings that I want to use to help my son buy his first house. The house he has found is valued at £210,000 and he has an agreed mortgage of £168,000. It is my intention to give him the remaining £42,000 as a deposit, plus a little extra for fees.

A friend has worried me by saying that, should my son and his girlfriend split, she would be entitled to half of everything – so, £21,000 of my hard-saved cash. He said that I need to register an interest in this money so that it will be exempt from her share of the house. It seems a bit harsh, but then again, if she is only contributing to the mortgage and not the deposit I think this only fair. The solicitor doesn’t seem keen on this. Is this sound advice?

more
Property | The Guardian

I'm Helping My Son Buy A House – How Do I...

09.06.2016

My friend advises me to register an interest in the money I’m giving him, but the solicitor doesn’t seem keen

Q I’ve got some money in savings that I want to use to help my son buy his first house. The house he has found is valued at £210,000 and he has an agreed mortgage of £168,000. It is my intention to give him the remaining £42,000 as a deposit, plus a little extra for fees.

A friend has worried me by saying that, should my son and his girlfriend split, she would be entitled to half of everything – so, £21,000 of my hard-saved cash. He said that I need to register an interest in this money so that it will be exempt from her share of the house. It seems a bit harsh, but then again, if she is only contributing to the mortgage and not the deposit I think this only fair. The solicitor doesn’t seem keen on this. Is this sound advice?

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