Investment and buy to let properties

More and more people are enjoying the rewards of investing in property. And buying-to-let is a great way to ensure that your property provides a regular income and strong return on your investment. The key to successful property investment is to do your homework and seek expert legal advice before investing in a property.

At Norton Peskett we can help you with every stage of the property investment journey from choosing the right property to finding suitable tenants. We’ll also help ensure that your investment is sound and take care of all the legal aspects from arranging searches and surveys to drafting a tenancy agreement.

When buying-to-let there are different legal requirements to buying your own home so it’s always worth speaking with a lawyer that specializes in this area. Our property lawyers provide friendly, common-sense advice for all aspects of property investment and are experts in landlord and tenant law. We’ll explain what rights you have as a landlord and help you understand the responsibilities you have to your tenants.

For first-time landlords, our advice is invaluable, providing the peace of mind that everything is in place. For advice about investment and buy to let properties, call one of our lawyers. We offer a free, initial over-the-phone chat, so you can find out about the process, timescales and costs with no obligations.

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