Breaking into the property industry can be a rewarding challenge. It’s no easy feat, we won’t lie, but whether you’re looking to rent out properties or design skyscrapers of your own, we’ll help you form your company with its strongest foot forward.
With our expertise in the property sector, we’ve created a number of articles designed to equip you with the essential information you’ll need to begin trading. From understanding the legal aspects of property development to advice on opening your own architecture firm, we’ve covered it.
To find out how to get your property business off the ground, check out our dedicated knowledge hub below. Alternatively, if you’ve already got a plan that you’re ready to take to market, our company registration packages are the first step to getting there.
In recent years, it’s been tougher for property rental businesses in the UK. With changes in legislation and lending criteria has been tightened, regulations have become less generous and rental yields have fallen — but can lessors still have good earning opportunities despite these challenges?
Breaking into the property development industry can be a rewarding enterprise, but you’ll likely face a number of challenges on the way. Aside from being great at selling, developers must excel at marketing, project management, property market analysis, and most importantly, understanding what buyers want and need.
When asked, “What is your most important asset?” most company owners that we asked said it was their business or their properties.
Coworking has fast become big business, and it’s only prescribed to get bigger. According to Small Business Labs, the amount of people coworking will rise to 4m by 2020, compared to the still hefty 1m in 2016.
For a business looking to get the most out of office floorspace, an element of sharing can make perfect sense. After all, why pay to accommodate workstations that are empty for much of the time?
Incorporating a limited company is one of the most effective ways of securing your business name. It means that nobody else can register a company using that witty name you’ve been sitting on for years before you’ve had a chance to get things off the ground.
Convention would have you believe that working from home is amazing. Well, we’ve got news for you.
The company formation arena is one that’s full of jargon. Here at Company Formation MadeSimple we like to explain what some of these key company terms mean and look at how you can benefit from understanding the details.
Director addresses can be easily amended on the Companies House records. To notify Companies House of an address change (Service and Residential can both be changed) you can: • Complete the “CH01 Change of director’s details” document and then file with Companies House.