Are you ready to become a landlord?


A guide for people considering a move into the buy-to-let market.

This article first appeared on Your Money. Investing in a buy-to-let property can be an effective way of securing some additional income. But becoming a landlord for the first time can be a daunting prospect. Much like running a business, the knowledge and skills needed to be a landlord are considerable and it is important for anyone considering a move into the buy-to-let market to be well aware of the law and their responsibilities to tenants. If you are still unsure about a move into the world of buy-to-let, the following questions could be a good starting point: What is the d...

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