Major changes to Scottish law came into effect on Friday (1st December) that have been described as a "new dawn" for private renters by Shelter Scotland.
The latest data from the Key Retirement’s Q3 Equity Release Market Monitor shows that sales of equity release plans have increased in the three months to October 1st – an increase of 18% to £749m.
A new study from Citizens Advice reports that older people are paying an average of £110 annually more than they need to on their home insurance.
Research by online lettings agents LetBritain, cited in an article by and published by Landlord Today on the 16th of November, reveals some disturbing gaps in the knowledge of many landlords about th
How much do you reckon you might earn in a year as the originally-envisaged Airbnb host sharing some part of your home to the typical guest?
Pressure is mounting for carbon monoxide (CO) detectors and alarms to be installed in all homes in the private rented sector.
New data released by the Association of British Insurers reveals that the average claim for water damage has risen from £1,500 in 2013 to £2,500 today.
A report from The Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector Working Group suggests that new legislation is needed in England to improve electrical safety in homes in the private rented
A new draft bill has been introduced to Parliament today, outlining its approach to banning letting fees in England. The draft Tenant Fees Bill will place a cap on holding deposits at no more...
A generous landlord is reducing the rent on his one-bedroom property in Wycombe for a tenant who works on the front line in the NHS.
An inquiry into the role of local authorities in dealing with rogue landlords in the Private Rented Sector (PRS) has been launched by a British Parliamentary Committee.
Online newspaper LandlordToday has reported how the Residential Landlords Association (RLA) is urging the UK government to follow Scotland’s lead in relation to Universal Credit.