The Complete Guide to Letting Property: Including Information on Buy-to-let, HIPs and Tenancy Deposit Schemes Paperback – 3 Jun 2008
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"An invaluable book..the author herself is a landlord and the text speaks from experience." -- The Small Landlord's Association
"Demystifies the letting game and tells you all you need to know about becoming a successful landlord."
-- Daily Telegraph
"Explains how to eliminate potential hazards and maximize your return on this type of investment. Solid information is mixed with case studies and tips from experts." -- News on the Block
"Liz Hodgkinson has thoughtfully condensed her expertise into a handy manual. The cover price could be repaid thousands of times over." -- Guardian
"Reveals the pitfalls as well as the advantages of taking a dip in the buy-to-let market."
-- Personal Finance
"This book has become something of a bible - as the market expands so do the traps for the unwary."
-- House & Garden
Fully revised to include new legislataion - HIPs, The Tenancy Deposit Scheme and Landlord Accreditation Schemes
Up-to-date information on all the latest financial packages, especially buying offplan, both in the UK and abroad, and the lowdown on guaranteed rental schemes
Detailed discussion of letting options, including selling with sitting tenants
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There is also a bias towards renting 1-bed flats to young professionals, which seems a narrow approach. I would expect a "Complete Guide" to something to take a much broader view, and I am therefore returning this book.