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.
Recent figures reveal that millions of British holidaymakers are opting for staycations this summer, boosting the holiday rental market.
The Tenant’s Fees Bill announced in The Queen’s Speech, which proposes banning landlords and letting agents from charging letting fees, has been slammed by an industry expert...
According to new research, the property market in London and the South East is being assisted by the so-called bank of mum and dad, and is worth an estimated £103 billion.
A new study has revealed that despite recent tax changes in the industry (the existing phasing out of mortgage tax relief and the introduction in 2016 of the 3% stamp duty surcharge...
The UK housing market slowdown, caused by economic and political uncertainty, is set to continue with the general election resulting in a hung parliament reports Property Wire, the news service.
New data from the HomeLet index shows that in May, UK residential rents fell in five out of 12 regions compared to the same month a year ago. This is the first fall since December 2009.
New research from mortgage broker Private Finance reveals that Liverpool is the UK’s number one buy-to-let hotspot, with landlords achieving average rental yields of around 8% after mortgage costs.
According to a study from online letting agent Upad.co.uk (and reported in the FT Adviser) one in five landlords intend to increase rents as a result of tax changes within the buy-to-let sector.
Official figures published by the Office of National Statistics reveals a general slowdown in annual property growth, with average UK house prices increasing by 4.1% in the year to March 2017, but…
New research from Kent Reliance highlights how landlords are worth £15.9 billion to the British economy and are supporting thousands of jobs across property industry.
Proposed selective licensing schemes are awaiting approval in some areas of Greater Manchester, which could create headaches for buy to let landlords.