At Yellow we go a bit further, well actually a lot further and rather than keeping them as trade secrets true to form we want to share our experiences so you can benefit too even if you don’t use Yellow.
We've waited four years for Rob D to rant and this is the episode where it finally happens.
We're very excited to announce that Rob D's new book came out yesterday and we may be biased, but we think it is his best yet. In this week's special episode of The Property Podcast, we are going to discuss 'How to be a landlord', with tips from the book, and from all sorts of other places.
What separates the high-achievers from the rest generally isn't technical ability or knowledge – it's having the attitude to spot and capitalise on opportunities, and overcome the inevitable challenges.
This week on Ask Rob & Rob, Simon asks if he should overpay his mortgage, and Joceline asks the best way to approach estate agents...
This week on Ask Rob & Rob, Ahmed... Asks Rob & Rob – My tenant has left me, what should I do?
Back to all podcasts Last week we talked about the whole property buying process, all the way up to completion. This week, we're looking at the easy-to-overlook steps you need to take in order to prepare your property to let. Deciding whether to self-manage or use an agent Checking [...]
Back to all podcasts You buy your property, you put a tenant in and take their first month's rent, you check your bank account a month later and...nothing. Your tenant has fallen into arrears...and how you handle it could make the difference between a swift resolution and months with [...]
Back to all podcasts At the Property Investor Show, we grabbed interviews with experts on two of landlords’ least favourite topics: tenants and taxes. First we spoke to Paul Shamplina from Landlord Action about the messes landlords get themselves into with troublesome tenants. Then, to keep the party mood going, we turned our attention to tax – grabbing Janice Parker from Rita4Rent to learn what investors should be thinking about in the constant tug-of-war with HMRC. […]
Back to all podcasts Last week we talked about how to manage a property yourself, and the week before that we covered how to let a property yourself. If you do all of that properly, most of the time you should find that your properties run smoothly. But every so often, however careful you are, you’ll experience a phenomenon that makes any landlord’s blood run cold…the nightmare tenant! […]