New research shows that landlords of still confident in the future of buy-to-let, in spite of the recent rush of anti-landlord sentiment from vote-chasing politicians.
Ed Miliband has confirmed his party's intention to press ahead with controversial plans to cap rents, despite widespread warnings.
The Residential Landlords Association has warned that some landlords may be caught in the wide net of heat network regulations.
Time is ticking away as the Government's June deadline approaches, before which landlords must register tenant deposits to an approved scheme.
New data from a mortgage broker shows that two-thirds of buy-to-let activity is remortgaging, with landlords taking advantage of an 'unprecedented economic situation'.
A derelict former factory site in Leeds is finally going to be put to use, as councillors green light the development of a £8.5 million retail park.
The growing demand for rental properties is causing a higher number of tenants to enter tenancy agreements without considering all the options.
All the major political parties are focused on housing in the run-up to the general election as they compete for the votes of renters.
A landlord survey has found that most landlords have a weak understanding of the betterment principle and its application to tenant deposits.
As we edge towards voting season, politicians and their parties look towards matters of public interest in order to gain votes – and agency fees are their latest target.