After recent increases in the number of interest-only deals granted to landlords, the Bank of England will begin monitoring developments.
According to a survey by the NLA, almost a quarter of UK landlords are 'accidental' landlords.
The cost of evicting a tenant is to rise for the second year running, sparking concerns that landlords could be tempted to skirt official procedures.
New research has found that a large number of landlords fail to keep track of returns on their property portfolios
The average void period reported by landlords across the UK for Q1 2015 is the lowest recorded since 2002.
Separate surveys of landlords and letting agents show a distinct lack of support for Labour as the General Election approaches.
A survey has dispelled the media myth that all landlords are greedy, as many have strengthened bonds with their tenants through gifts.
Hidden in the small print of the Chancellor's Budget is a change of rules for tenants, making it easier for them to sub-let rooms.
New measures are announced that makes landlords more responsible for the safety of their property.
Local council powers in England to introduce landlord licensing schemes are to be restricted.