To help reduce the administrative burden for landlords and to limit their exposure to the coronavirus, the need for Right to Rent checks are being eased, reports Landlord Today.
The final phase in the implementation of the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES) regulations for England and Wales come into effect today (1st of April). Are you ready?
In a press release dated the 23rd of March, the Residential Landlords’ Association (RLA) provided a useful round-up of news and information for landlords during this time of crisis...
Landlords who had previously switched to short-term lets – to take advantage of tourists’ demand for Airbnb-style accommodation – are now reverting to longer-term tenancies, reported Landlord Today
Are you in the 36% of brits set to inherit a property? A survey found that 36% of Brits will be inheriting a property, equivalent to 18.64 million people. The research by bridging lender Market…
For landlords who are struggling to make a success of their buy to let business, Which? magazine on the 23rd of February suggests some ways in which they might boost their profits.
The new six-in-one benefits scheme known as universal credit continues to be rolled out across the country. It replaces the method by which your tenants may have previously received housing benefit.
Landlords have given a resounding “no” to plans by the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan to introduce rent controls on let property in the capital.
February is likely to have been met with a mixture of relief and concern by landlords. The good news was that the length of voids appears to have gone down, but the less welcome news is that average..
If you’ve not yet brought your let property into line with the Domestic Minimum Energy Efficiency (MEES) Regulations, make sure to do so by the 1st of April. That is when the regulations come into for
More than 222,500 landlords have been lost to the private rented sector in the last three years alone. That is the staggering news reported by the Daily Mail newspaper on the 25th of February.
A new age lies ahead for buy to let landlords when it comes to the way in which income tax returns are made, explains an article in Accountancy Daily on the 11th of February.