Landlords can charge tenants up to 21% more per month for renting a two bedroom furnished flat than they can for an unfurnished property, research has revealed.
The findings from OnTheMarket, a
Landlords are calling for the Government's Right to Rent scheme to be suspended as the Home Office reconvenes its stakeholder panel.
It's doing so after appeals from the Residential Landlords' Associat
New Section 21 rules are causing confusion among letting agents and landlords, says one law expert.
The new rules come into effect from October for tenancies created before October 2015.
With growing numbers of property investors looking to the student accommodation sector for its impressive returns, knowing where to invest can be an issue and a new survey may help.
The latest data on rents being paid across the UK has delivered good news for landlords as rents have risen in all regions.
The findings from HomeLet highlight that the average rent is now £947 in the UK which is
Growing numbers of tenants are adopting a long-term view when renting their home with more renters wanting to renew their current contracts, research reveals.
The findings from Hamptons International highli
Buy to let landlords in the UK are split over the future of the sector with 44% looking to sell up, a report reveals.
However, according to Octopus Choice they say that 56% of buy to let investors are looking
Around a quarter of landlords in the UK say they are expecting rents to rise over the next six months, a report reveals.
The research was carried out by buy to let consults BDRC who also found that 41% of landlo
A surprising number of Brits are looking to invest in property this year, a survey has revealed.
The findings from Sainsbury's Bank Mortgages also highlights that most landlords in the UK do not give up