Residential rental property returns have been shown to be growing at the fastest rate since 2008, driving a surge of buy-to-let mortgage activity.
There has been yet another fall in the number of mortgages in serious arrears, according to the latest data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
After much hubbub in the industry surrounding who the new government's housing minister would be, it eventually turns out to be the same one.
According to a new report, landlords are increasingly looking for semi-detached properties, while demand for terraced properties dwindle.
A new study by ARLA shows that the vast majority of letting agents are concerned about the proposal of three-year tenancies and rent controls.
The recent reports of rents in England and Wales rising above the rate of inflation look very different when examined in detail.
New research shows that landlords of still confident in the future of buy-to-let, in spite of the recent rush of anti-landlord sentiment from vote-chasing politicians.
Ed Miliband has confirmed his party's intention to press ahead with controversial plans to cap rents, despite widespread warnings.
The Residential Landlords Association has warned that some landlords may be caught in the wide net of heat network regulations.
Time is ticking away as the Government's June deadline approaches, before which landlords must register tenant deposits to an approved scheme.