A new working group – which includes representatives from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the National Landlords Association (NLA), Citizens Advice....
You’ve finally lived the dream and arrived at college or university. Freshers’ week is an uncomfortably dim and distant memory. And now it’s time to get down to some of that work you’d heard talk abou
Reporting on data from residential property firm Chestertons, LandlordToday has revealed the areas in London that have experienced the biggest surge in gross rental yields over the last year.
The Guardian newspaper on the 20th of July 2018 described it as a “murky” yet “lucrative” corner of the residential property market in the UK – the leasehold system.
Onward – the independent, not-for-profit thinktank – has published a new policy paper on the private rented sector in England that argues for a new route to homeownership for private renters and great
Don’t let the glorious summer we’ve just had lull you into a false sense of security. The coming winter is just as likely to throw its usual quota of storms, rain and freezing temperatures.
Homes in flood-prone parts of the country set to pay less for flood cover insurance from January 2019
Positive news this week for people who are most at risk of flooding in the UK as from January next year, it is expected that the costs of flood insurance cover will be reduced.
Any property owner is likely to tell you that buildings insurance provides an essential safeguard against the major risks threatening damage or even a total loss of the structure and fabric...
The dual pricing of general insurance products is to be investigated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) following claims that loyal customers who stick with the same suppliers across five sector
The majority of Brits would purchase a home in need of home improvements says research from estate agent Jackson-Stops.
If you are the landlord of any kind of property – whether that’s a single home, a whole portfolio of let properties, a block of flats, or a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) – you know only too well
RICS (the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors) is urging the Government to overhaul the housing tax system, including ending stamp duty on certain properties. By doing so, RICS say this could...