Hadrian Finance January 19 News

January 14, 2019

January Newsletter
Hadrian Capital Finance

Happy New Year from us at Hadrian Finance. We hope you had a great xmas holiday. January is a time to review the past year and look forward and plan ahead.In this month’s newsletter, we outline quite a few hot topics, including SME’s don’t secure the funding they need, Specialist funding, especially self-build mortgages are on the rise in Scotland and the Self-employed market continues to flourish.
We hope you enjoy our newsletter!

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PIN Meeting 26th July

July 20, 2018

PIN Meeting 26th July

Your next GREAT NORTH pin meeting is nearly here! Make sure to book your place 72 hours in advance to be entered into our prize draw!
If it’s your first time you can use my code Mark21 for free entry.

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Great North Property Investors Meeting

May 11, 2018

If you live in the North East and Interested in Investing in Property, newbie or experienced, a great event to go to is the GREAT NORTH PIN held at Lumley Castle, Chester le Street 6pm till 9pm, speakers start at 7pm so plenty of time to make new contacts and learn about all aspects of property. If you have never been and would like to come then the Next meeting 24th May and if you book within 72hours you get entered into a prize draw –

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Insurance Claims and How to Solve

April 17, 2018

What Happens When you have a disaster with your property

Whether it’s your own home or you own a single property or have buy to lets or a large portfolio or any commercial property then it’s vital to know that if something happens then you get the right advice to ensure your insurance claims are being dealt with in the best possible way. Not many people know that when they phone the insurance company the loss adjuster will work on behalf of the insurance company and that there are also Loss Assessors _ who work on behalf of the client.

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Holiday Lets

February 28, 2018

Thinking of running a holiday let?

Running a holiday let is treated by HM Revenue and Customs in the same way as a trading business and so there are different tax considerations to a buy to let investment. It is important you seek professional tax advice for an investment.

For a property to qualify as a holiday let, and to stop people from trying to get around the system by renting it like a buy to let, the property has to be available for at least 210 days per year, it has to be actually let for at least 105 days and there can’t be any periods of longer term accommodation (31 days at a time) that add up to more than 155 days.

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