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 Hi I'm Martin Roberts

welcome to my website - www.propertyexpert.tv. The material on this website is for information only and is not intended as any recommendation or endorsement of any products or companies mentioned. We are not licensed by the FSA to give financial ...
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I am a joint freeholder in a house which consists of two purpose built maisonettes.

I live in the ground floor property and the other freeholder lives above me. The Freeholder upstairs wants to undertake a loft conversion. I have several questions I was hoping you might be able to help me with? How does the loft conversion affect ...
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I am going to emigrate

Hello MartinI need some serious advice. I am going to emigrate & want to go in late august. My house is on the market & has had some good interest but no good enough offers yet. I am now looking in to rental as time is getting on. I have ...
The following websites may be useful if you are already, or thinking of becoming a landlord. Alternatively, become a Member and gain access to a library of landlord related information as well as downloads and templates for you to ...
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I have a flat which I have had for about 8 years

Hi Martin,I have a flat which I have had for about 8 years. At the moment it is rented but the tenants are due to move out beg of Sept. I lived in the property for 6 of these 8 years and the property has only been rented for 2 years. I am going to ...
Don't lie. If there are inconsistencies from what you have said previoulsy it will create a real problem for getting a mortgage in the future. Ask as accountant re tax issues as they are persoinal toi you. most analysts think interst rates are set ...
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My brother and I inherited our mother's house 10 years ago

For the first 5 years he lived there rent free and for the last 5 we have been letting it. I feel it is time to sell and go our separate ways financially and he wants to keep hold of it forever unless I buy him out which I cannot afford to do. My ...
Check with a solicitor- but ideally don't get in to legal wrangles. I think Both parties would need to agree to sell. on the other issue, you cannot hide for HMRC and you could be worrying about nothing, so open the letter and deal with whatever it ...
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My Mum and stepdad recently lost their home due to illness and had to sell up and are now renting.

HiI need your help/advice urgently and dont quite know where else to turn.My Mum and stepdad recently lost their home due to illness and had to sell up and are now renting.They are both getting on and i was thinking of buying a house so i asked if ...
Dear SB,  Unfortunately when it comes to buying a home the lender is free to say ‘no’ to applications for loans. If this really is about there being too many bedrooms they should have made it clear before you spend money that they ...
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My partner and I have our property on the market and have seen a house we really love.

Hi MartinMy partner and I have our property on the market and have seen a house we really love. It will also mean decreasing our mortgage significantly if we manage to get it. We have 2 options: we can either wait until we sell our property and ...
The mortgage market is an ever-0changing beast! Why don't you keep both houses, remortgage the fist on a buy to let, hopefully releasing funds to pay back the deposit, and rent it out your firsdt hosue as a long term income generator`? Depends on ...
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My sister and her husband are trying to buy a property as first time buyers

Unfortunately they have been turned down by the first lender as he is an indian national and has been in this country only 7 months. He has leave to remain and is working - being the main earner so it is his salary that will be used to pay the ...
I suugest using an independent mortgage advisor. They have acess to all of the products that are out there and hopefully will be able to help.  ...
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selling my current home in order to release money to effect some improvements

hi,I am considering selling my current home in order to release money to effect some improvements in a property which I currently let out ( with a view to then selling this on). I then hope to use the money from both properties to buy a larger house ...
Tax issues are personal to you, so I suggest you check with your accountant. In theory if you live in a house that you own for 6 months it is considered your home and eleigable for any relevant reliefs  M...
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We have had our property on the market for just under a year.

Please could you give me some advice...I was wondering if you could give me some advice...We have had our property on the market for just under a year. Our contract with our estate agent expires at the end of July. Another agent contacted us and ...
I wouldn't have anything to do with an estate agent who acted in this way. There are many good agent s out there. I would contact the original agent and tell them the story. A buyer is not tied to a particular agent and has no legal obligation. If ...
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