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  • Buy-to-Let

    Energy alert for "all inclusive" landlords!



    Thanks to Alex Williams on the HMO Group for this heads up.

    HMO landlords and landlords who include utilities in their rent should be factoring in rising gas prices into their rents for 2018.

    Europe’s gas supply has been hit by a double-crunch of an explosion in an Austrian processing facility and a shutdown of a major pipeline network in the North Sea. UK prices have risen by almost 60pc as a result, which could feed through to hit consumers.

    It looks like it is already going to filter through to the petrol pumps, with prices predicted to increase by 3p per litre.

    The problems have pushed the oil price above $65 a barrel for the first time in more than two years.

    Gas suppliers are already withdrawing existing tariffs ahead of the price increase.

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    This looks Brilliant. Thank you Vanessa Smile

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