The relentless increase in legislation and regulations designed to manage the private rented sector means that local councils need ever-increasing funds to confront rogue landlords.
It’s the basic law of supply and demand – when supply goes down, prices go up. That is exactly what is happening in the private rental market at the moment, explained Landlord Today...
Like many a landlord, you might often worry about quite what your tenants might be up to. You cannot keep a close check on them all of the time, of course – and neither does your typical tenant usuall
Have you ever considered that social media gives an open invitation to burglars and thieves just itching to get their hands on your goodies? That’s the warning given in a story by the Daily Mail on th
It may not be everyone’s idea of the perfect Christmas present, but Britain is going to the polls on the 12th of December. And there are clearly very serious issues at stake in the manifestoes…
There’s good news for buy to let landlords in the latest statistics on national rent levels in the UK in September.
A recent survey by The Mortgage Lender has revealed the kind of worries likely to keep landlords awake at night.
Promising signs are emerging for landlords who have recently seen a sluggish demand from tenants for private rented accommodation.
Based on the rental yield you might expect, where is the best place in the UK to invest in buy to let property?
Seize the opportunity of letting the government know how you feel about its plans to abolish Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988, urges the Residential Landlords’ Association (RLA) before the current..
Under radical new amendments to current planning laws, property owners may be able to add two extra storeys to their homes without the need for planning permission.
Landlords are likely to find a stronger and substantially louder voice thanks to the merger of the two biggest pressure groups, the National Landlords’ Association (NLA) and the Residential Landlords’