This week we’re discussing 5 universal investment principles – inspired by an article on UKValueInvestor.com tune in to find out more.
During the discussion we mentioned a few previous episodes of the podcast that make good companion listening:
Speaking of the property cycle, have we had a “lost decade” in UK property prices? According to this article in This Is Money, by the time you strip out the distorting effect of London, yes we have.
We often mention how hard it is to make sense of what’s going on when everyone quotes “UK-wide” figures, because London is decoupled from the wider market and disproportionately affects the data. The article also has some interesting observations about how Land Registry data is compiled, so well worth a read in full.
This week’s resource comes courtesy of Property Hub member Andy Norman, who recommends Lets With Pets. The site, put together by The Dogs Trust, is full of useful information for tenants and landlords about how to navigate the business of renting property when pets are involved. It covers deposits, extra clauses in the AST, and other such matters.
If you’re considering opening your property up to the millions of tenants in the UK who have pets, it’s well worth taking a look at this advice to decide whether it’s for you and how to make sure it goes smoothly.
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