In the wake of last week's Brexit decision, the industry is starting to make sense of the impact it could have on us on a day-to-day basis.
Whether you voted to leave or remain, I think the majority of the country is still a little shocked about last week's result.
A building in Leeds city centre has been snapped up by a Middle-Eastern investor, who intends to transform it into a residential scheme.
Plans for a £55m mixed-use development in Leeds city centre has been approved by the council.
Let Leeds celebrates its fifth successive award win at The Lettings Agency of the Year Awards.
A new survey shows that most landlords will go out of their way to make their tenant's renting experience a good one.
A survey of 1,000 private sector landlords shows that confidence remains low, but buyers are nonetheless returning to the buy-to-let market.
Despite a series of changes over the last year by the government that have impacted how landlords can make their margins in the Buy to Let market, reports by a survey finding that the average rents across the country have actually risen this year.
Another proposal for a purpose-built student housing development in Leeds city centre has been put forward, and IconInc take luxury student living to the next level.
A leading trade body has claimed that private rented sector tenants could be worse off as a result of an energy efficiency policy designed to cut their bills.