The Bank of England’s decision to increase interest rates by a quarter of a percent yesterday from 0.5% to 0.75% will impact on both buy to let property owners and potentially tenants according to...
A recent news story highlighted how grieving relatives may be unaware that a deceased’s home is no longer covered by their home insurance after a certain amount of days.
A tenant who was sub-letting to – and ripping off - other tenants in an overcrowded bungalow in Wembley, London, has been fined over £26,000.
The UK government is introducing legislation designed to bring empty homes back into use and tackle the housing crisis by allowing councils to raise the amount of tax they can charge.
Up to 3.8million EU citizens are expected to apply for long-term residency status after Brexit says The Financial Times.
The over-55’s are cashing in on their homes at a rate of £9.5m a day reveals new research published at the weekend.
Given the recent very dry spell, an industry specialist is urging homeowners to look out for signs of subsidence and heave, which may be more likely during hot, dry weather.
According to the English Housing Survey report for 2016/17, published today, 84% of tenants in the private rented (PRS) sector are happy in their homes. This compares to just over 4 out of 5 (81%) of
According to a new study, one in seven UK homeowners say they will still be paying off their mortgage at the age of 70. Reporting on the study of 700 people aged between 18 and 64 from Aegon
LandlordToday publication reports that in its consultation launched yesterday (2nd July), the government is proposing a number of options to implement a three-year tenancy model.
An article in Emigrate magazine is warning UK expats who have an investment property in the UK to be wary of property fraud.
The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) is reminding landlords of their responsibility to issue the recently updated Government How to Rent guide.