The RLA has given evidence at an inquiry into the economics of the UK housing market, stating that the lack of housing supply needs to be radically addressed.
Based upon speculation and predictions, landlords are generally wary of what today's budget announcements hold in store for the buy-to-let sector.
The owners of the Tetley's Brewery site have revealed plans to build over 1,600 new homes - more than double the number originally envisaged.
In what could be considered a victory for both the lettings industry and common sense, the government has decided to implement changes to the Immigration Bill that will protect landlords and letting agents.
New research has found that one in six tenants has rented out all or part of their property to someone not named on the lease agreement.
According to ARLA's latest monthly report, the supply of rental properties has fallen to its lowest level in a year.
According to the latest Leeds Crane Survey from Deloitte, 2015 was the year of residential development.
A report by the Treasury Select Committee warns of the potential knock-on effect to the wider economy of the tax rises on buy-to-let property.
Landlords of full or part-furnished properties should keep in mind the changes to Wear and Tear tax later this year before replacing old furniture as it could be a great way to save money.
A new residential plan has been unveiled for the South Bank, and housebuilder Redrow has purchased the site at Thorpe Park.