This week, Scotland's Police Service and landlords were at loggerheads after a local Glasgow Police Officer, PC Craig Broakes, was quoted as saying; "break-ins could be wiped out overnight if landlords secured their properties properly and strengthened the fixtures surrounding th
Haringey Council has launched a
public consultation in regards to licensing changes for properties within the council's wards that are Homes of Multiple Occupancy (HMO). The council claims there are three thousa
Low mortgage repayments and higher rental yields over the past few years have spurred many student HMO landlords to take out buy-to-let mortgages or re-mortgage on a more affordable rate. However, there are many in the sector who are warning that the days of low interest-rate bac
Knight Frank, the UK luxury sales and valuation group, published a report that forecasts solid rental growth in the student accommodation market, as demand will continue to increase over the next twelve months. The report, found
A common practice that sees agents and landlords signing exclusive deals with energy companies for a commission has been slammed by the Association of Inventory Clerks because it hands a double-whammy to unsuspecting tenants.