New figures from UK Finance (the financial trade association) show that mortgage arrears are at their lowest level in 23 years, when recording of this type of data began.
Old army practice tunnels have been cited as the probable cause of subsidence at a Kent clothes store which forced it to carry out emergency repairs.
Buy to let (BTL) mortgage competition is showing no signs of stopping, with the average two-year fixed BTL rate falling by 0.31% in one year. Examples of BTL mortgage interest rates drops include...
The latest ARLA (Association of Residential Letting Agents) Propertymark June PRS Report highlights how rental hikes have hit a 14-month high.
Leasehold deals which have seen new-build homeowners face rapidly increasing ground rents (sometimes doubling annually) are to be banned under new government proposals.
Nearly one in every five tenants (19.96%) in the private rental sector (PRS) is retired reveals new data - a rise of three percentage points since the end of 2016.
The leading landlord body in the UK, the National Landlords Association (NLA), is calling on the Government to help retired and landlords close to retirement adjust their financial plans to combat...
Equity release sales soared by 44% in the first six months of 2017 reveals new data, with almost 100 retired homeowners a day having taken equity release plans and cashing in £1.25 billion of property
Almost half of UK private rented sector tenants (49%) say they have fallen out or argued with their landlord says new research.
New research shows that for the first time, landlords who have a limited company for their buy to let business are borrowing more than those who do not.
Following the introduction of new taxation rules for buy-to-let property, thousands of private landlords could be unfairly pushed in to a higher tax bracket.
Shocking figures from the HM Land Registry and reported by BT News show a growing trend of rogue tenants selling off the properties they rent by committing identity fraud, with the number of property.