Confidence in buy-to-let assured by high tenant demand, tenants unsure about switching energy supplier, findings show high number of claims for malicious damage, and concerns mounting for Scottish lettings sector.
The private rented sector has many good landlords, but also a number of rogues, and others that just aren't very competent, capable of inflicting misery and horror on their tenants and on themselves, a few tales of which we'd like to treat you to.
Sir Alan Montague's report for the government offers answers to the question of how to tackle the UK's housing shortage, but not everyone agrees with him.
If you are struggling with mortgage repayments, here are 10 tips to help you avoid repossession.
Private tenant evictions soars as rent arrears goes up again and rent hits a new high, Steve Harriot quits TDS, and squatters to lose their rights.
Letting a property can be a frustrating experience, it can take time dealing with tenant leads, property viewings and applications, especially if you are a landlord with a full time career. Whilst property management can seem expensive, it does serve a number of benefits as well as being incredibly reassuring to know that the experts are there to manage your property.
Proposed amendments to the Estate Agents Act 1979 are met with a frosty reception from the industry, particularly for the undermining of consumer protection and for the failure to properly publicise these amendments.
Good outlook for UK buy-to-let-mortgage market, increase in student arrears, Newham Council's private landlord licensing scheme comes under fire while a Labour politician calls for all private landlords to be licensed, and the average tenancy hits all-time high.
Local estate agencies are beginning to see positive movement in the numbers of Leeds homes being sold.
Buy-to-let borrowers struggle to repay loans, one in ten residential property investors shown the door by existing lenders, increase in pensioners entering lettings, and the UK is shown to have the third highest housing costs in Europe.