Below are blog posts by Sourced South East

Your Guide to Investing in Care Homes

Sourced South East / June 25, 2019

As many of you reading this may already know, care home investments can be extremely profitable. The sector is one of the fasting growing in the property investment industry which can be accredited to both a growing and aging UK population. Carry on reading to find out more!


Tax Returns: When and Where

Sourced South East / May 17, 2019

When filing your tax return as a self-employed landlord, there are a couple of different ways you can do it – either by paper or electronically. HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) are keen to have most returns filed online - although the system can take a bit of time to get used to.


Property Business: Limited Company, Sole Trader or LLP?

Sourced South East / April 29, 2019

Still happy operating your property business as a sole trader? Or perhaps you are considering becoming a limited company? And who knows, in the future, if successful enough, then you might even consider going down the LLP route.


How to set up a Business in the UK from Abroad

Sourced South East / April 19, 2019

If you’re considering setting up a property business in the UK, then there are certain financial formalities to come to terms with. Not least, this includes tax, setting up of bank accounts and dividends. Today's blog will look at how to overcome these financial formalities as efficiently as possible.


Deciding Where to Buy in the UK

Sourced South East / April 1, 2019

When it comes to buying investment property in the UK, location is everything. Right now, average property values in London and the South are falling, whereas ‘up north’ yields are pretty impressive. Today's blog will look at what investments are being made in different areas of the UK.


All About Wear and Tear Allowance

Sourced South East / March 13, 2019

Wear and Tear was an allowance that landlords with furnished rental property could use annually to offset the cost of replacing furniture, white goods and other ‘moveable’ items. Today's blog will look at how the wear and tear allowance has changed as of April 6th 2016 and the impacts this has had.


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