New research reveals that nearly four in ten private landlords will consider offloading their properties if the government scraps Section 21 in England and Wales.
Archive for 2019
New research questions whether the UK could lose status as a nation of homeowners, with the percentage of owner-occupied homeowners falling by -5% since 2010. The study from letting compliance…
With the number of empty properties in England at its highest level in 6 years, a business has reported a growing demand for live-in guardians and caretakers of empty residential and commercial....
Landlords could be responsible for paying their tenants’ council tax under plans being considered by the Labour Party.
So, you are thinking about converting a building into flats? Then here are some of the things you need to know about insurance.
Are you planning to stay as an Airbnb guest anywhere this holiday season? Or maybe you have a spare room or empty home you’d like to let to visitors?
If the last few summers are anything to go by, now is the time of year when we can all start moving outside more often into the garden. Indeed, for many, the garden is likely to become an alfresco...
After an extended period of discussion and commentary, the government’s ban on some fees being charged to tenants by estate agents and landlords in England took effect from the 1st of June.
With effect from the 25th of May 2019, a change to planning regulations means that many homeowners may now extend their properties without the hassle of time-consuming planning applications.
The Government has launched an updated version of How to Rent: the checklist for renting in England as well as a new Form 6a relating to the Housing Act 1988, Section 21.
A new study reveals that homeowners have benefitted from a 1.2% drop in average home insurance premiums in the past year - despite rising subsidence claims.
For homeowners in England, planning permission will no longer be needed for certain additions to properties. Extensions to terraced and semi-detached homes can be up to 6m long, while detached houses.