From June 24, the fourth EU Money Laundering Directive comes in to force, implementing stricter anti-money laundering checks across several industries – which will potentially affect both tenants....
The let property industry was celebrating yesterday after the government agreed to make it mandatory for all lettings agents to put cash in Client Money Protection (CMP) accounts.
A county court has upheld the use of an electronic signature in an agency agreement where a guarantor was disputing her obligation to cover a tenant’s rental arrears of £3,668.
Following on from Airbnb’s announcement in December that it was banning hosts in London from renting out entire homes for more than 90 days a year without official consent, the Mayor of London has wri
Despite massive opposition, the Government has confirmed that it will introduce higher probate fees from May 2017. At the moment, if probate is applied for by friends or family....
Rental price inflation in the UK has now fallen below the general rate of inflation reveals the latest research from the HomeLet Rental Index, suggesting landlords are conscious of charging affordable
According to a study from full fibre provider Hyperoptic, poor peak-time broadband speeds is the biggest bugbear for home-movers – even topping noisy neighbours and an unresponsive landlord.
According to a news story, landlords in the capital are more likely to employ a letting agent than those in the rest of the UK.
January 2017 was a record high for landlords buying cash properties, with 61% using cash to buy their investment - an increase of 2% from last year and 20% since 2007.
New research from Scottish Widows suggests that people living in privately rented homes are putting themselves and their families at risk of eviction and financial hardship due to lack of a financial
Following Tuesday’s long-awaited White Paper – “Fixing our broken housing market” – an industry commentator says that landlords need more support from the government.
Santander is taking a step back and reviewing a clause within its Buy to Let (BTL) mortgage contract that requires landlords to raise rents by “as much as can be reasonably achieved” whenever possible