HMRC Webinar for Landlords Thursday 13 April 2017 – 2pm – 3pm.

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HMRC Webinar for Landlords
Thursday 13 April 2017 – 2pm – 3pm.HMRC

If you are unincorporated landlord and you  have income from property, HMRC have got the help you need.

Income from property for individuals
For new and prospective landlords, this live, interactive webinar explains the different types of income from property, allowable expenses and a landlord’s responsibilities to HMRC.
Join from a computer, tablet or smart phone and use the on screen text box to ask questions.
Thursday 13 April – 2pm to 3pm >>>  Book your place here

HMRC’s updated e-learning guide, Letting Out Property, is clear, flexible and easy to use. This comprehensive guide will benefit both new and experienced landlords. They have also introduced a ‘News’ section with the latest information from HMRC on property letting.


THE LAND REGISTRY PROPERTY ALERT LandRegistry

The Land Registry are encouraging landlords to sign up and get alerts should anyone undertake a search on their properties. Rented properties are considered to be more at risk of property fraud. Criminals have been known to use forged documents to try to take ownership of properties and the Registry says landlords are particularly at risk, with reports of fraudsters attempting to mortgage or sell properties without the owners’ knowledge.

Anyone can monitor up to 10 properties.  Email alerts are sent when the Land Registry receives certain applications to change the register or for official searches. At this point the person monitoring the property can decide whether the activity is suspicious and whether they need further advice.

For more information and to sign up to Property Alert visit the Land Registry click here.


From 1 December 2016,  two further measures in the Immigration Act, which affect the private rented sector, come into force.

This means that:

  • It is now easier for private landlords to evict illegal migrant tenants.
  • It is now a crime to knowingly, or with reasonable cause to believe, let to illegal migrants.

These measures demonstrate the Government’s commitment to tackle illegal immigration, and its determination to take the necessary steps to protect public services and access to the private rented sector for lawful residents.

Further information on the measures and the Immigration Act 2016 is available on GOV.UK:

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