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KEYWORD "Surveyors" - 100 RESULTS
Boom On The Way? Optimism grows for property market

The latest residential sentiment survey from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors suggests a currently-subdued housing market but with a more...

12 July 2024

From: Breaking News

Will Renters Get The Help They Need To Become Buyers?

Speculation is growing ahead of the General Election around how first-time buyers will fair, and if they’ll receive the support they...

22 June 2024

From: Agent Advice

NRLA says Rental Reform sabotaged by lack of tenant choice

A lack of choice for private renters about where they can live will undermine plans set out by political parties to...

20 June 2024

From: Breaking News

Housing Market Snapshot - rental demand slows, sales stagnate

The latest RICS UK Residential Survey results shows the recent recovery in buyer demand has mellowed slightly, with the market impacted...

09 May 2024

From: Breaking News

Housing market ‘shows signs of momentum’ despite high interest rates

UK house prices fell by 0.2% in March. Nevertheless, the annual rate of house price growth edged higher to 1.6% in...

03 April 2024

From: Breaking News

Rents rise in most areas as landlords quit lettings sector

A new market snapshot from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors shows tenant demand rising but at a rather more modest...

15 March 2024

From: Breaking News

Agent urges price-sensitivity despite strong housing market data

UK house prices rose by 0.7 per cent in February, says the Nationwide, after taking account of seasonal effects.  This resulted in...

04 March 2024

From: Breaking News

Investor opportunities as down-valuations increase

New reports suggest down valuations are increasing and properties are routinely selling for below asking price - both triggering possible opportunities...

29 February 2024

From: Breaking News

What’s your view on tenants getting 99% mortgages?

Rental sector and property industry views are split over the controversial idea of allowing first time buyers to put down a...

26 February 2024

From: Breaking News

Long-term population rise to put more pressure on rental market

There will be long term pressure on housing affordability and the private rental sector if demographic forecasts from a range of...

19 January 2024

From: Breaking News

Warning - House Values could dip once again in 2024

There’s no prospect of a rapid recovery for the housing market in 2024 despite some green shoots appearing. The warning comes from...

02 January 2024

From: Breaking News

Soft landing in 2024 but no full-scale recovery - Nationwide

The Nationwide says 2023 has seen a surprisingly-resilient housing market but there will be no full scale recovery in 2024 -...

20 December 2023

From: Breaking News

Landlord complaint leads to agency being expelled from Ombudsman scheme

A London lettings agency has been expelled from The Property Ombudsman for not paying compensation to a landlord following a failure...

18 December 2023

From: Breaking News

Transactions tumble to 17 year low but light at end of tunnel - surveyors

Cash and mortgage housing market data show average prices decline by an annual 4.6 per cent says e.surv. But the monthly trend...

13 December 2023

From: Breaking News

Surprise rise in house prices does NOT mean a recovery

October saw a surprise 0.9 per cent rise in UK house prices according to the Nationwide, after taking account of seasonal...

02 November 2023

From: Breaking News

Buy To Let investment plummeting - new survey

The continued attacks on the buy to let sector have resulted in a dramatic decline in investment plans by landlords. A new...

26 September 2023

From: Breaking News

Opportunity Knocks for Landlords? House price falls are coming

A prominent analyst says her reading of the latest Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors market snapshot makes her believe more house...

15 September 2023

From: Breaking News

Lettings market guru warns tenants of more rent rises ahead

There’s a blunt warning to renters from the man behind the monthly lettings market snapshot from the Royal Institution of Chartered...

11 August 2023

From: Breaking News

Energy Efficiency Retro-fitting - What do landlords think?

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has launched an eight week long consultation in a bid to gather input on its...

20 July 2023

From: Breaking News

Warning! - All housing market signs point south

The Halifax says house prices were flat in May, but fell 1.0 per cent in a year - the first annual...

10 June 2023

From: The Big Issues

Alarm bells ring as demand-supply mismatch rumbles on

The latest lettings and sales market snapshot from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has prompted a warning from a leading...

09 June 2023

From: Breaking News

Renewed alarm at number of landlords quitting the sector

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has added its voice to the chorus of concern over landlords quitting the private sector In...

16 May 2023

From: Breaking News

Landlords can now be “incredibly choosy” says leading analyst

A prominent business analyst says the great rental sell-off leaves remaining landlords in a powerful position. Sarah Coles, head of personal finance...

12 May 2023

From: Breaking News

Landlords reveal their 'go to' energy efficiency upgrade

With landlords obliged to think increasingly about energy efficiency measures, new data from Legal & General’s surveying team helps identify different...

16 March 2023

From: Breaking News

Budget MUST help struggling landlords - surveyors speak out

The normally under-the-radar Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has made an unusually outspoken plea to the government to help landlords. In particular,...

10 March 2023

From: Breaking News

Invest in Tech to Weather the Economic Storm

The Royal Institution for Chartered Surveyors’ latest Residential Market Survey made for gloomy reading for many in the property market –...

18 February 2023

From: Lettings PropTech

Build To Rent won’t solve shortage of lettings properties - RICS

One of the property industry’s most respected bodies says Build To Rent won’t solve the lettings supply shortfall. The claim comes in...

09 February 2023

From: Breaking News

Mortgages available soon for flats hit by unsafe cladding

January 9 is the date from which a range of mortgage lenders are honouring their commitment to ensure flats in blocks...

30 December 2022

From: Breaking News

Gloom and doom from RICS in latest housing market survey

The housing market has lost further momentum in September, according to the latest RICS Residential Market Survey.   The institution says the...

13 October 2022

From: Breaking News

House price growth dips - slowdown or significant correction?

There’s been a slowdown in the annual growth rate of house prices - a movement described as “modest” by the Nationwide. The...

03 October 2022

From: Breaking News

Getting Worse! Fewer homes available means rents must rise

* Angels Media and Landlord Today are deeply saddened by the passing of HM Queen Elizabeth II * - The latest lettings market...

09 September 2022

From: Breaking News

Capital value windfall - typical home up £50k in two years

Annual UK house price growth slowed to 10 per cent in August, from 11 per cent in July - and the...

02 September 2022

From: Breaking News

Doubts over eco-retrofitting during cost of living crisis

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has cast doubt on the UK’s ambitions to move towards Net Zero - which in...

23 August 2022

From: Breaking News

Wrong insulation in a buy to let? It may be unmortgageable…

A warning has been issued that as many as 250,000 homes - some likely to be in the private rental sector...

19 August 2022

From: Breaking News

All homes at least EPC rating C by 2033 says national housing chief

The housing chief of the Scottish Government says that all homes in that country - irrespective of tenure - must hit...

15 August 2022

From: Breaking News

Energy Efficiency: landlords need subsidies to make changes - claim

A new analysis of household energy consumption has found that a combination of green technologies could reduce bills by up to...

22 July 2022

From: Breaking News

EPC Chaos, Regulation Fears, Harsh Winter Ahead - agents tell of landlord woe

The latest rentals market snapshot by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors gives the now-familiar story of how demand is far...

15 July 2022

From: Breaking News

Nightmare may end for landlords trying to sell in high-rise blocks

The government has developed an insurance scheme which may help landlords who want to see flats in high rise blocks.  Following the...

15 July 2022

From: Breaking News

Capital Appreciation still in double figures but growth rate slows

Annual house price growth slowed slightly last month, dipping to 10.7 in June from 11.2 per cent in May, according to...

01 July 2022

From: Breaking News

Rising rents now massive problem for older tenants too, claims analyst

A prominent financial analyst says the fast-rising costs of renting mean tenants are becoming less financially resilient - and this applies...

28 June 2022

From: Breaking News

Landlords ”in a position of real power” if they don't quit - claim

A business analyst at a prominent consultancy says landlords who resist the temptation to quit the sector are “in a position...

10 June 2022

From: Breaking News

Capital Appreciation still substantial but slowdown gathers pace

The housing market is showing signs of cooling, says the Halifax, as its latest index shows growing caution.  The lender says that...

09 June 2022

From: Breaking News

Net Tightens On Airbnb - So What Next For Landlords?

Talk is getting louder about restrictions surrounding Airbnb and other short let platforms - and nowhere is the volume greater than...

19 March 2022

From: The Big Issues

Beware Japanese Knotweed - flood warning for landlords

A specialist company is warning landlords that the recent spate of named storms across the UK may have heightened the risk...

01 March 2022

From: Breaking News

Rent Controls and EPCs - landlords urged to respond to consultation

A prominent country property expert has issued an urgent appeal to rural landlords to become involved in the consultation process which...

16 February 2022

From: Breaking News

Soaring Market - no end in sight as demand overwhelms supply

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors’ latest index suggests there’s no end in sight to rent rises in 2022. RICS’ monthly sentiment...

21 January 2022

From: Breaking News

The Property Investor’s Little Black Book

People you can trust are an essential part of your team when you get into investing in property. If you’re using solicitors,...

06 November 2021

From: Top tips & guides

Out of balance: Huge number of renters as rental stock still very limited

The latest rental market snapshot by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors suggests supply and demand in the lettings sector still...

09 September 2021

From: Breaking News

Commuter Belt rental shortage as tenants still leave London

Demand for private rented housing in the South East is the second highest in England - and it is thought to be...

06 September 2021

From: Breaking News

Rents are falling in real terms - and that’s official

Private sector rents are falling in real terms according to government figures. Data from the Office for National Statistics show that private...

15 July 2021

From: Breaking News

New attack underway on rental and holiday homes

An estate agent in Scotland is warning that a new attack on the rental sector and holiday homes may be underway.  Jennifer...

12 July 2021

From: Breaking News

Optimism and tight supply fuel rentals boom, according to surveyors

The latest sentiment survey from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors makes welcome reading for most landlords. RICS deals only with broad...

14 May 2021

From: Breaking News

New call to scrap stamp duty surcharge to stop supply dwindling

The National Residential Landlords Association is calling on the Chancellor to scrap the three per cent stamp duty levy on the...

05 February 2021

From: Breaking News

Rental market slowing according to surveyors’ sentiment study

The latest sentiment survey from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors suggests a drop in landlord activity across the UK. RICS does...

18 January 2021

From: Breaking News

London rents set to fall according to vast majority of surveyors

The latest lettings market snapshot from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors suggests the vast majority of respondents expect rents in...

10 December 2020

From: Breaking News

Good news: Landlords don’t need EWS1 for no-cladding buildings

One hidden aspect of the recent cladding controversy has been that many landlords have been unable to sell or remortgage flats...

30 November 2020

From: Breaking News

Considerations for landlords and investors when purchasing a property

When it comes to conveyancing for landlords and investors, the purchasing process itself doesn’t differ that much from residential conveyancing, there...

29 October 2020

From: Property Investment & Strategy

Politicians making rental laws with too little information - claim

The leading landlord trade body wants a new and regular study of housing in Wales, to make its politicians better-informed. The National Residential...

19 October 2020

From: Breaking News

London still in the slow lane while rest of market accelerates

The latest study from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors shows a strong lettings market across the UK - except in London. “London...

08 October 2020

From: Breaking News

Slump in mortgage approvals ‘comes as no surprise’

Mortgage approvals slumped to the lowest on record in April as the UK spent the month in the coronavirus lockdown, the...

03 June 2020

From: Breaking News

BTL landlords are ‘taking advantage of remote valuations’

Now home sellers, including buy-to-let landlords, will soon be able to use smartphones, cameras or laptops to capture and share photographs...

07 May 2020

From: Breaking News

New landlord instructions plummet as Covid-19 lockdown takes hold

The number of new landlords instructing letting agents has dropped sharply - and with worse to come thanks to the coronavirus...

09 April 2020

From: Breaking News

Buy-to-let tax clampdown has hit tenants ‘hardest’

The Government is failing to recognise clear warning signs that a rental crisis is on the horizon, the Residential Landlords Association...

13 March 2020

From: Breaking News

Make renting ‘fairer’ by embracing tech-driven platforms, says flatfair CEO

The head of flatfair, a London-based fintech that lets landlords offer “deposit-free” renting to tenants, is urging more people to sign...

13 March 2020

From: Breaking News

Rents in UK will rise for next five years, RICS predict

Rents across most of the UK look set to increase as rising demand from prospective tenants puts upward pressure on values,...

12 March 2020

From: Breaking News

Syede Cole, Director of Cole Harding Estates.

Who are you? Cole Harding is a community based estate agent, who offers maximum exposure on all the online portals and social...

06 March 2020

From: 60 Second Interview

Property development confidence improves following Tory election victory

The residential property market has enjoyed what some are referring to as a ‘Boris bounce’ following the result of the recent...

17 February 2020

From: Breaking News

Government is failing ‘good landlords’ by ‘attacking’ the PRS, says RLA

The latest data demonstrates the failure of government policy for the private rented sector, which in turn is having an adverse...

14 February 2020

From: Breaking News

Property predictions – what could happen to the housing market in 2020?

Now that 2020 is underway, activity in the property market is likely to start picking up due to the traditional seasonal...

17 January 2020

From: The Big Issues

Rental supply shortage set to push up rents

Rents look set to rise over the next 12 months as the supply of new rental properties dries up, according to...

16 January 2020

From: Breaking News

Happy New Year from everyone at Landlord Today

After yet another year dominated by Brexit uncertainty, political instability, tax, and regulatory changes, most buy-to-let landlords will be looking for...

31 December 2019

From: Breaking News

One in three landlords plan to sell in the next year

The UK could be heading for a rental crisis, with experts dreading the prospect of a chronic property shortage in the...

20 December 2019

From: Breaking News

Significant drop in properties to let placing upward pressure on rents

Rents are forecast to see strong growth over the next five years, according to the latest residential property forecast from the...

13 December 2019

From: Breaking News

Landlords in Edinburgh offered free tenancy deposits and disputes training

With 490 disputes having arisen between landlords and tenants in the Edinburgh area in the last 12 months, SafeDeposits Scotland, which...

26 September 2019

From: Breaking News

A better regulated PRS would ‘enhance the landlord-tenant relationship’

More needs to be done to improve transparency and standards in the private rented sector, according to the Royal Institute Of...

27 August 2019

From: Breaking News

Private rents rise 1.3%

Private rents paid by tenants in the UK increased by 1.3% in the 12 months to July 2019 and is unchanged...

15 August 2019

From: Breaking News

Government’s focus on homeownership ‘serves only to hurt tenants’

New communities secretary Robert Jenrick and housing minister Esther McVey look set to focus on increasing homeownership, but this appears to...

12 August 2019

From: Breaking News

Are you entitled to a stamp duty rebate following landmark court case?

Primas Law is urging landlords and property developers to seek legal advice about potential stamp duty rebates on ‘uninhabitable’ second properties...

18 June 2019

From: Breaking News

Shelter urged to go back to drawing board on tenancy proposal

The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) has urged Shelter to go back to the drawing board after calling for England to adopt...

18 June 2019

From: Breaking News

Some of the most valuable home improvements unveiled

Estate agents, property surveyors, interior decorators, an online services marketplace and other housing experts have teamed up to reveal home renovations...

26 April 2019

From: Breaking News

Offer landlords tax incentives to end the ‘scandal of empty homes’, says RLA

The government is being urged to do more to address the ‘scourge’ of empty homes in England by supporting buy-to-let landlords...

13 March 2019

From: Breaking News

Taxes on buy-to-let landlords have ‘made no difference to rents’

The rise in the number of buy-to-let landlords quitting the buy-to-let sector in response to a raft of tax and regulatory...

17 October 2018

From: Breaking News

Chancellor urged to use Autumn Budget to ‘encourage’ investment in the PRS

Philip Hammond is being urged to use his Autumn Budget, which will take place on 29 October, to support investment in...

27 September 2018

From: Breaking News

Rogue letting agent that failed to pass on rent expelled by TPO

The Property Ombudsman (TPO) has expelled TeesSurveyors Lettings Ltd (TSL) from the scheme for failing to pay awards totalling just over...

24 September 2018

From: Breaking News

BTL landlords selling up in droves, says Belvoir

There has been a significant increase in the number of buy-to-let landlords selling up, along with a notable reduction in the...

24 August 2018

From: Breaking News

Landlord incentivises needed to ‘stop rents from spiralling out of control’

The government must start to provide financial incentives for buy-to-let landlords prepared to offer longer tenancies or risk seeing rents soar,...

14 August 2018

From: Breaking News

Sharp decline in properties to let placing upward pressure on rents

Rents are forecast to see strong growth over the next five years, according to the latest residential property forecast from the...

10 August 2018

From: Breaking News

Some agents may ‘have missed the deadline’ to switch redress schemes

The Ombudsman Services (OS) is no longer handling consumer complaints in the property and housing sector after withdrawing from the industry. The...

07 August 2018

From: Breaking News

Government must support ‘prominent role’ the PRS plays in housing sector

A mix of tax reforms and tighter regulation for the buy-to-let sector must not prevent private landlords from being able to...

12 February 2018

From: Breaking News

Ombudsman Services moves away from ‘broken’ housing market

Using an ombudsman has long been a pretty successful way of trying to resolve a complaint with a property firm without...

07 February 2018

From: Breaking News

BTL landlords offered new way to buy replacement boilers for their properties

With buy-to-let let landlords making up around 30% of the replacement boiler market in this country, one firm is looking to...

28 December 2017

From: Breaking News

Sharp rise in buy-to-let remortgaging activity

Remortgaging activity has increased significantly in recent months, helped in no small part by record low mortgage rates and continued house...

28 November 2017

From: Breaking News

The number of landlords exiting the market ‘is concerning’, says RICS

A growing number of buy-to-let landlords are likely to exit the private rented sector over the next 12 months due to...

15 September 2017

From: Breaking News

Tenants launch fundraising page to pay for ‘independent’ fire safety checks

A crowdfunding page has been set up by concerned tenants who are looking to pay for an independent fire safety inspection...

02 August 2017

From: Breaking News

Rent rises could ‘catch up with inflation, before the year is out’

Rental prices look set to increase in the coming months on the back of a growing supply-demand imbalance, as more people...

14 July 2017

From: Breaking News

UK rents to rocket 20% in the next five years

Rents are forecast to rise by more than 20% over the next five years as the falling number of new landlord...

10 March 2017

From: Breaking News

Why buy-to-let is still going strong

Over the past two years we have seen a drastic shake up in the buy-to-let sector. Starting with rental tax changes announced...

23 February 2017

From: Breaking News

WHAT’S TO COME FOR THE UK HOUSING MARKET?

Following the events of 2016, it’s easy to see why experts across the country are torn when it comes to the...

10 February 2017

From: Sponsored Content

Rents to rise faster than house prices in next five years, says RICS

Rental prices look set to increase faster than house prices over the next five years, according to the Royal Institution of...

10 February 2017

From: Breaking News

Private sector rents rise in line with wages

Private rental price increases have accelerated modestly, in line with earnings across England, according to a new report from the National...

20 January 2017

From: Breaking News

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