Did you already find the sweet spot of where to invest in holiday let property? Perhaps last year’s favourites will give you a clue about where in the country your next investment might be.
As figures for 2019 are released about the number of deaths in home fires, the Residential Landlords’ Association (RLA) has drawn attention to the latest fire safety campaign by the Home Office.
The demand for holiday lets is certainly strong. Britain is becoming a nation of staycationers – with an estimated 80% of all tourism in the UK coming from domestic travellers and adding to the record
The final decision on Brexit at the end of January and the accompanying election landslide for a new Conservative government has ushered in a period of relative calm and confidence, A period during wh
The chronic shortage of rental homes suffers a further blow by the creeping advance of short-term lets, explained a story by ARLA Propertymark on the 31st of January.
It is the time of year when many of your tenants are likely to be using gas-fired room or water heaters. A potential by-product of combustion is carbon monoxide (CO) – and carbon monoxide is potential
If you are about to buy to let or thinking about expanding your rental portfolio, you are probably aware of the strong demand for accommodation in the private rented sector.
Home Information Packs – which were abandoned by the government in 2010 – will enjoy a reincarnation by estate agents as an optional way to help speed up the property transactions, reported a story in
The government has confirmed that it is to introduce obligatory inspections of electrical installations in all privately rented homes in England, Landlord Today announced on the 15th of January.
Proposals by the Law Commission for the reform of the law on leaseholds do not go far enough and have been slammed as mere “tinkering”, say press groups for leaseholders.
There is a glimmer of hope for the many tenants in the private sector who would like to own a pet, according to a story appearing in Property Investor Today on the 10th of January.
A surge in the number of first-time buyers put more people on the housing ladder in 2019 than at any time since 2007, reveals a report by the Independent newspaper on the 2nd of January.