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Landlord prosecuted because buy to let was unclean and unsafe

A landlord who failed to ensure his property was clean and safe for tenants to live in has been prosecuted by...

22 July 2021

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It’ll take years for rents and evictions to return to normal - new report

A new academic report suggests that more than 400,000 private tenants may be in significant rent arrears by the end of...

07 May 2021

From: Breaking News

Landlord’s shock after flat is stripped of items by evicted tenant

It’s a story that’s seldom told - how some tenants steal items from landlords’ properties when a tenancy ends. Now the Oxford...

30 April 2021

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Order in Court! TV Star says he wants Section 21 scrapped

TV star Robert Rinder - best known for his performances under the guise of Judge Rinder - has made an outspoken...

21 April 2021

From: Breaking News

Another political party wants eviction ban extended

Another political party has joined the chorus of voices calling for still-longer bans on evictions in the private rental sector. The ban...

11 March 2021

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Top universities for buy-to-let revealed

With the academic year set to get underway, thousands of students are busily moving into flats and rented homes in towns...

18 August 2020

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Property auction raises more than £29m after switching online

Amid all the uncertainty facing the world, some people are in the middle of buying property, and while some home hunters...

13 April 2020

From: Breaking News

Interest rate cut will ‘inject liquidity into the economy and property market’

The Bank of England’s extraordinary decision to cut interest rates to just 0.25% yesterday with no warning, reflecting the level of...

12 March 2020

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What key events do property investors need to be aware of in 2020?

Towards the end of last year, I wrote an article for Landlord Today outlining the difficulties many landlords in the UK...

21 January 2020

From: Breaking News

Parents of students warned not to take the decision to become a landlord lightly

Parents with children at university may be considering whether it is worth buying them a property while they continue their education,...

01 May 2019

From: Breaking News

The UK’s second tallest Build to Rent tower unveiled in Salford

Anaconda Cut, standing at 131 metres tall, making it the tallest building in Salford, has been officially launched. The 44-storey tower, which...

13 February 2019

From: Breaking News

What would a no-deal Brexit mean for the UK’s landlords?

Life just doesn’t get any easier for Theresa May. No sooner had her Brexit withdrawal plan been rejected by a record-breaking...

22 January 2019

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Strong demand pushes up rents in Scotland

Average rents in Scotland continued their upward trend in the third quarter of the year on the back of strong demand...

06 November 2018

From: Breaking News

Tenants fork out more than £1bn a year in repairs

Renters are spending more than £1bn of their own money every year on repairs their landlords failed to carry out, fresh...

08 May 2018

From: Breaking News

Redbridge Council launches new licensing scheme

A new property licensing scheme has been introduced by Redbridge Council in order to crack down on rogue landlords – and...

09 August 2017

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RLA calls for a ‘full review of fire safety standards’

Contradictory and outdated fire safety guidance urgently needs updating to better support private landlords, according to the Residential Landlords Association (RLA). The...

01 August 2017

From: Breaking News

Investing in property could ‘soon cease to be financially viable’

A host of Brexit bills dominated last week’s Queens’s speech, while there were also a few main non-Brexit proposals announced outlining...

27 June 2017

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Inclusion of letting agency fee ban in Queen’s Speech ‘reeks of desperation’

The Queen’s Speech was unsurprisingly dominated by Brexit, with a host of proposed new laws designed to prepare the UK for...

22 June 2017

From: Breaking News

Air your views on selective licensing in Manchester and Salford

There could soon be no fewer than eight separate selective licensing areas in Manchester and Salford if proposed schemes are approved,...

11 May 2017

From: Breaking News

Tenant fees ban could leave landlords facing lengthy void periods

Changes to letting agent fees could lead to increased rent arrears and higher repossessions as a consequence of a potential reduction...

28 March 2017

From: Breaking News

Modest annual growth as rents hit ‘an affordability ceiling’

Annual rental price growth reached 3.1% in November taking the average UK rent to £898 per month, which although higher than November...

16 December 2016

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Nearly half of landlords would ditch their agent if profits fell

Almost half of buy-to-let landlords say they would dump their letting agent if their profits started to drop, fresh research from...

14 December 2016

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Inventory charges could be passed on to landlords, warns AIIC

Plans to stop letting agents charging tenants for an inventory check could see costs passed on to landlords, warns the Association...

01 July 2016

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Southall landlord fined £70K for HMO regulation breaches

A west London landlord has been fined more than £70,000 for breaking HMO regulations after prosecution by Ealing Council. Balwinder Singh Kahlon...

20 November 2015

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Lay off the rental sector, lettings expert warns politicians

A high profile letting agent has urged politicians to lay off the private rented sector and stop overloading it with confusion. Lisa...

21 September 2015

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Aldermore refreshes bridging offering

Aldermore has enhanced its bridging loan offering, by reducing its minimum valuation for light refurbishment to £75,000, down from £100,000, in...

17 September 2015

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Uncertainty over where tenant/landlord responsibilities lie, says survey

There’s growing uncertainty over where the responsibilities of private sector tenants and their landlords meet, according to research by the Endsleigh...

18 June 2015

From: Breaking News

Buy-to-let “drives out first-time buyers”

Buy-to-let landlords are rushing to invest in the property market but first-time buyers are increasingly being squeezed out by high prices,...

12 June 2015

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