Buy to Let
National property lettings firm Reeds Rains has been caught out lying to its landlord customers about the existence of new rules to safeguard tenants from Legionella.
Despite 52 per cent of investors expecting interest rate rises, the buy-to-let market will see significant investment in 2015, according to buy-to-let specialists Platinum Property Partners.
London renters are only prepared to spend slightly more of their gross monthly salary on rent than the rest of the UK but will compromise on size to keep living costs down.
Rogue landlords were at the centre of a clean-up operation by Leeds Council this week which uncovered ‘serious issues' with the safety of properties and negligence of immigration rules.
Landlords in the West Midlands will be forced to check if new tenants are illegal immigrants or risk being fined £3,000, from today.
Retirees are looking to invest their pension savings in the buy-to-let market, according to a survey from the Bank of Ireland.
Mortgage arrears and repossessions continue to fall, according to Q3 data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).
Aviva Investors expect another year of double-digit returns from property in 2015, with returns for this year tipped to exceed 20 per cent.
The value of property owned by landlords in Great Britain is set to break the £1 trillion barrier next year, according to a report from Kent Reliance.
Landlords have been warned about an increasing number of rented properties being used to grow and supply illegal drugs.
Buy-to-let investors could be banned from purchasing new build homes if Labour win the election.
More than a third of landlords reported more would-be renters than available properties as the supply of residential properties on the private rental market decreases.
A new energy provider, a student finance app and a raft of new mortgage offers came to market this week.
From burning candles to over-filling the bins, the majority of renters may be in breach of their tenancy agreement without even realising it.
More than half of tenants have had a problem with their landlord or letting agent in the last five years. Here are the most common ways that buy-to-let goes bad.
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