Concerns over a ban on letting agent fees in England have been put to rest by Brandon Lewis, who has pledged to keep the rental market free of excessive red tape.
With the new smoke and carbon monoxide legislation being delayed in the House of Lords, ARLA says landlords and letting agents will not have enough time to ensure all properties adhere to it when it finally passes.
With the government not backing down over buy-to-let tax relief changes, landlords are looking for the best ways to protect their investments.
Research by ARLA indicates that, outside of London, supply is increasing while tenant demand is slightly down.
For the first time since April 2008, the number of buy-to-let mortgages available to landlords has risen above the 1,000 mark.
On October 1st, a number of important changes will go into effect, changing the way landlords can issue section 21's.
The number of houses completed in the last 12 months is the highest since 2009, but experts warn that it is still not enough.
George Osborne's Summer Budget proposals to end wear and tear tax relief will affect nearly half of buy-to-let landlords, according to the NLA.
According to a new report, in order for build to rent sector to have a successful future in the UK, developers will have to get more creative.
It has been announced that landlords could face up to five years in jail if they fail to evict tenants that haven't the right to remain in the country.