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.
Let-Leeds is proud to once again sponsor an event raising money for the RNLI.
According to research by Barclays, Leeds has jumped 40 places in the buy-to-let league table over the last 12 months.
With the government having announced that it will be scrapping the Green Deal, some say it's about time, while others think it's a mistake.
The British Property Federation has announced the creation of a committee that will focus on promoting the build-to-rent sector.
Plans have been submitted for new flats on the site of a GP surgery in the Alwoodley area of Leeds, while plans for new houses in Cookridge meet naked resistance.
Leeds city centre is receiving a fresh injection of food and fashion, as both the Merrion Centre and Trinity Leeds add new tenants.
In a letter to George Osborne, the National Landlords Association warns that rents will increase if landlord tax breaks are scrapped in upcoming Budget.
New research shows that buy-to-let investments provide the highest returns on equity of any UK asset class, particularly HMOs rented to working professionals.