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
New research from consumer rights charity Citizens Advice has revealed that almost 1.5 million privately rented households in England would like longer tenancies so they could have more security in th
According to Clive Emson Auctioneers there appears to be a growing number of residential property investors looking to add commercial properties to their portfolios amid recent changes to buy to let m
Existing and prospective buy to let investors are already likely to be aware of some of the recent pressures facing private sector landlords – many of these were described in a story published in the
Landlords of Peterborough properties who haven’t already signed up to the selective licensing policy which came into effect on 1 September 2016 have been told they have one last chance before...
According to the latest Broker Sentiment Survey from bridging finance company MTF, 84% of brokers said they were unable to source a buy-to-let (BTL) mortgage for some of their clients in Q4 of last ye
According to the latest figures available from Mortgages for Business, buy-to-let (BTL) mortgage lending returned to some form of normality during the final quarter of 2016.
The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) recently commissioned a survey of UK landlords to find out more about landlords, their motivations, and aspirations.
The Greater London area and the South East of England are becoming hotspots for British expats investing in UK property to let out while they are living abroad says new research.
New data has highlighted how almost one in ten properties could become unrentable by 2018, as a result of legislation relating to energy performance ratings.