Below are blog posts by Adam Vickers

Reading: An introduction to Property Metrics

Adam Vickers / February 16, 2019

Metrics are essential to every property investor. They provide a way to analyse current and future investments. The outcome from this analysis will invariably help inform the decision-making process i.e. buy or sell a property. This blog will look at different different metrics that can be used to help in the decision making process.


Income Tax and Your Property Business

Adam Vickers / January 13, 2019

All landlords are obliged to pay income tax on the amount of money they receive from renting out their property, provided they make a profit in doing so. This is the money left over once any expenses and tax allowances are accounted for. In this blog we will into what-apart from rent- is taxable, tax rates for rental income and calculating tax for a portfolio of properties.


Property Management in the UK for Overseas Investors

Adam Vickers / December 13, 2018

You’ll find firms who are excellent, carrying out your instructions and then some. On the flip side, there are the companies who tell you that they’re checking your property on a monthly basis...who insist it’s not their friends they got round to fix the blocked toilet in your flat last month, but a professional plumber, which is why they’re billing you an additional £160.


Becoming a Landlord for the First Time

Adam Vickers / October 22, 2018

It’s not just the whole maintenance of the flat and ensuring the rent arrives in your bank account every month. No, there’s also the question of sorting it all out with the tax man, working out ongoing costs, finding tenants and even how to fund your investment in the first place.


Risk v Rewards in Property Investing

Adam Vickers / August 31, 2018

In this blog we look at how take the appropriate level of risks in property investment.


10 Real Reasons to Invest in Property in Reading

Adam Vickers / April 27, 2018

One of the most successful towns in the UK in economic terms according to the respected research body Centre for Cities (CfC), the town of Reading offers property investors high rents and a very strong economy.


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