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The tragic death in a house fire of a tenant who was undergoing daily care for complex health conditions, has highlighted the need for landlords to comply with fire regulations. LandlordZONE insurance partner,...
We may have avoided the April showers this year, but May is more than making up for it. Many parts of the UK have already seen in excess of double their normal rainfall for the whole month...
Total Landlord Mortgages investigates the impact COVID-19 has had on the buy to let market and explains why now, with restrictions easing and life returning somewhat to ‘normal’, is a good time to invest.
The hugely popular LandlordZONE forum is a friendly community where landlords share their experiences, exchange tips and ask for advice. Here we answer a recent question and ask the experts at Hamilton Fraser to give their best...
Cast your mind back 25 years to the year 1996 – were you a landlord? The private rented sector looked very different back then, but change was afoot. The 1988 and 1996 Housing...
It’s well-established that more people are turning to the rental market as buying a home because more difficult to achieve. This had led to a fundamental shift in the fortunes of landlords when...
The recent story of a Nottinghamshire landlord who tipped off police when he couldn’t gain access to his property, but could smell cannabis, serves as the latest reminder to landlords to carry out a thorough tenant referencing...
Self-employment is a lifestyle choice for millions of people offering freedom and flexibility.  But the downside is that buy to let mortgage may equate self-employment with a lack of job security and therefore...
The discovery of an unexploded 1,000kg World War Two bomb, which was detonated in a controlled explosion in Exeter last month, resulted in thousands of residents being evacuated from their homes and extensive damage to nearby properties,...
Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Budget 2021 seems too good to be true for homebuyers, so here’s a look at what 95 per cent mortgages and an even longer Stamp Duty holiday means to both landlords and residential homebuyers.