Ever since the autumn statement in 2016, the potential impact of the tenant
fee ban has received widespread coverage. While many tenants were positive
about the changes it did present the prospect of a major change for the
This is driven by continued strong demand for university places. This year
560,000 students applied for a place at a UK University. This was the first
Rents being paid across the UK in the private rental sector continued to rise in October, data reveals.
The index published by HomeLet highlights that the average rent now being paid per calendar month is £953. That'
Landlords are calling for dedicated housing courts because they are facing longer times in getting their repossession case judgements processed, figures reveal.
Government statistics highlight that it can
Landlords and agents are being urged to visit rental properties on a regular basis in a bid to avoid the growing risk of subletting scams.
The warning comes from No Letting Go, an inventory service provi
There has been a sharp rise in the number of overseas-based buy to let landlords, figures reveal.
The findings from Hamptons International highlight that the proportion of homes being let by a landlord based
A survey has revealed the areas in the UK with the most serious rental home supply shortages.
The research was undertaken by lettings platform Howsy and they found that Newport in Wales is the ci
Landlord confidence across the country has reached an all-time low over prospects for their lettings business, research reveals.
The National Landlords' Association (NLA) says that just 28% of landlords say that
The number of landlords who say they are planning to use a limited company for making their next buy to let investment has rocketed, research reveals.
The findings from Foundation Home Loans foun
Local councils in England have been handed an extra £3.8 million to help pay for a crackdown on rogue landlords.
The funding has been made by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.
The number of regulations affecting landlords has risen by a third since 2010, new research reveals.
According to the Residential Landlords' Association (RLA), the number of new laws that created an obligation
Research reveals that 75% of tenants say they are happy renting their home.
The findings come from Landbay which highlights that just 25% of tenants are interested in buying their own home in the near future.
Landlords around the country say that rents are continuing to rise but at a slower pace, one index reveals.
According to Arla Propertymark, September saw a slight drop in the number of tenants who experienc
Growing numbers of landlords who are exiting the market are creating a housing supply crisis, research reveals.
The findings from the Residential Landlords' Association (RLA) found that 25% of landlords wh