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    Student HMO and Holiday let

    Hello everyone. Can I rent my 4 bed property to students and holiday makers at the same time? For example 3 bedrooms will be used for students and 1 bedroom will be used as a holiday let. Would this have any tax/council tax implications? Would it be classed as a holiday let and be liable for business rates? The property is mortgage free and it already has a HMO licence. Thanks ­čśŐ

    #2
    Personally I can't see that anyone would want to holiday sharing in an HMO.
    I think your council would also be surprised at any such plan, and probably see it as a possible scam of some kind.

    PS. It's a bad idea to use your email as a username anywhere - unless you really want to receive loads of spam email..

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      #3
      I can't seem to change my username

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        #4
        Can I rent my air b and b property to students?

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          #5
          Originally posted by lewis593 View Post
          I can't seem to change my username
          Flag any of your posts (the little flag at the bottom of them) and ask the moderator if he can change the name for you.

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            #6
            In most areas student houses don't pay council tax ....... move in a "non student" and Council tax will apply

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