Dead fish in the walls and putty in the bathroom sink drains are just some of the horror stories landlords have recounted on Reddit when asked about tenants from hell.
Archive for 2016
Are you thinking about moving to York or perhaps investing in property there? The following are some basic facts to whet your appetite and discover what’s in store.
Many of us are natural entrepreneurs. That’s why several news articles recently that have highlighted the opportunities for making money from your home have piqued our interest.
Some landlords could unnecessarily be paying for council tax where a tenant moves out of a property before the end of a tenancy agreement.
Over 13,000 private landlords in Wales could be letting their property illegally, suggests data from Rent Smart Wales.
Every year, parts of the UK are hit by floods.Every year, many people are caught out by this annual event as they’ve entered winter relatively unprepared for such a possibility.
A new study from ARLA (the Association of Residential Letting Agents) reveals that over than half (52%) of letting agents they questioned forecast that rental prices will increase in 2017.
There is little doubt that Christmas is an expensive time of the year. In fact, new figures suggest that Christmas is set to cost UK households an average of £753 this year...
UK landlords are being urged to check that they have not become an ‘accidental’ HMO landlord. With even professionals such as letting agents, lawyers and landlords themselves often unaware of the fact
A move to Westminster, or investment in property there, is going to give you probably one of the best-known addresses in the UK, so here are some reasons why it might be right for you.
While some landlords express the opinion that every year brings yet more changes to the laws and regulations which govern their business, even they might say that 2016 has been unusually ‘busy’...
New data from Connells Survey & Valuation suggests that the buy to let mortgage sector is struggling under the weight of legislative changes, with buy-to-let sales plummeting 64% year-on-year....