A new study has found that, although interest rates may well rise in 2015, most landlords are not planning to increase rents.
House burglary rates in Leeds have historically been among the worst in the country, but according to the council and the police, rates for 2014 have been more than halved.
Competition for rental property may ease slightly for renters, as ARLA report shows a 10% quarterly increase in available rental properties.
Housing minister Brandon Lewis has signed an agreement to make available £3.5 billion in funding for new homes specifically for renting.
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A recent study shows that over half of landlords in the UK plan to expand their portfolios in 2015.
Research shows that one in three UK tenants does not have any form of home contents insurance.
Just when you thought it was dead... Revenge evictions are set to be be discussed in the Commons again next month.
The council carried out a multi-agency operation on Beeston last week as part of a scheme to tackle rogue landlords in Leeds