Points to Consider if Investing in a Residential Property in Multiple Occupation (“HMO”)

If you are considering purchasing a property which is a HMO, it is important to remember that HMO’s are subject to licensing.

There has been mandatory licensing in place since 2006, which applied to properties of 3 storeys or more with 5 or more people taking up 2 or more separate households.

From the 1 October 2018, changes were introduced to the licensing regulations which extended the rules for properties in England.

Read a copy of our Briefing Note entitled Points to Consider if Investing in a Residential Property in Multiple Occupation (“HMO”) to find out more.

If you would like advice on HMO’s or other associated property matters, please contact a member of Rooks Rider Solicitor’s Dispute Prevention & Resolution or Real Estate teams.

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