The number of properties let part or fully furnished across England and Wales is increasing, accounting for 31% of properties let over the past year, up 3% year on year.
An independent review into the use and effectiveness of Selective Licensing has seen the suggestion that landlords should be made to sign a national register.
More and more people are deciding to buy-to-let and investing in the future by becoming a landlord. It can be a great way to make money but it can also be expensive creating a desirable home for prospective tenants. By … Continue reading
As we mentioned a few weeks ago on our blog, a new law has been instated that means landlords can be sued by their tenants for cold, damp or mouldy homes. As we take great pride in managing quality homes … Continue reading
One in twelve landlords are unaware of a suite of legislative changes that occurred across the lettings industry in recent years, according to the findings of the English Private Landlord Survey 2018 published in January.
GDPR has been embedded into UK law since May last year. Even so, many businesses, organisations and yes, landlords, still struggle to get to grips with the General Data Protection Regulation. As we strive to ensure all our landlords here … Continue reading
The announcement from the Government outlines plans to introduced a single one-stop method for housing complaints.
One of the main concerns in a post-Brexit world is what will happen to the property market. Many homeowners have expressed their concerns of property prices plummeting, which in turn will please many first time buyers and landlords or investors … Continue reading
Tenants receiving Universal Credit have gone into rent arrears whilst in tenancies of almost two-thirds of private landlords according to the Residential Landlords Association.
A report by the National Landlord Association (NLA) has revealed that, 18 months after regulatory changes that shook the buy-to-let market, 55% of landlords are still unaware of what exactly has changed.