Ever thought of renting your loft for storage space, or renting your parking space for commuters? From using your home for a photo shoot location to setting up a pop up restaurant in your own kitchen, the possibilities to make money from your house are endless. Sarah Pennells is joined by Judy Niner, founder of Monday To Friday, Bally Sappal, Head of Operations at Store Mates, Harrison Woods, from Your Parking Space, Ben Wilson, from GoCompare, and Connie Henderson, Library Manager at MyYour Film Locations to look at some of the more creative ways you can make money from your home.
Judy Niner, Bally Sappal, Harrison Woods, Ben Wilson, Connie Henderson
Ask Sarah with Sarah Pennells, talking to Richard Blanco, Landlord Developer and London representative for the National Landlords Association, Merryn Somerset Webb, Editor in chief of Moneyweek Magazine, and David Lawrenson, founder of lettingfocus.com, about changes to buy-to-let property and whether it's a good idea to invest now. First Broadcast 13/02/16
Richard Blanco, Merryn Somerset Webb, David Lawrenson
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Grant Smith from the National Allotment Society and on the phone with Ruth Hayes, a reporter for the Amateur Gardening Magazine and Martyn Foulds from Halifax Home Insurance to answer your gardening questions and to discuss some of the costs involved from owning an allotment to buying and growing your own fruit and veg and of course making sure your prized plants and gardening equipment is covered with the correct insurance plan.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Tess Riley from the Guardian and former Streetbank, Jonathan Hampson, head of locations at Zipcar, and Jim Pickell, president of Home Exchange, to answer your questions about the sharing economy.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Dave Smith from the National Housing Federation and on the phone by Kelly McCabe from TMP Sherwins to answer your questions about government schemes to help first time buyers, from Right to Buy to Shared Ownership.