Buy-to-Let activity rose dramatically in August as the sector bounced back from April's tax changes and June's referendum.
Following the government's launch of a review into client money protection, many influencial industry bodies have come out in support of it.
HMRC is considering making taxes less complicated for small-scale buy-to-let investors, which could make the sector more friendly for the UK's many part-time landlords.
The bid for a judicial review of Clause 24 of the Finance Act 2015 will enter its next court hearing in September.
The Government has decided to bring an end to funding the Green Deal Finance Company in order to protect taxpayers.
The TaxPayers' Alliance is putting pressure on the government to halve stamp duty, with a view to eventually scrapping it altogether.
A new tenant survey, purportedly the largest of its kind ever conducted, reveals the wants and needs of tenants in the private rented sector.
A large apartment complex on the fringes of the city centre could be developed as part of second phase plans of a regeneration project.
According to a cross-party House of Lords report, the Government's house building target is well below what is actually required to solve the housing crisis.
According to the latest research, one-third of private rented sector tenants in the UK sublet without their landlord's consent.