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Unscrupulous managing agents are cutting corners on safety assessments to save money, putting landlords’ insurance claims in jeopardy and their tenants’ lives at risk. Property compliance firm Tac Property Consultants warns that contractors are...
Thousands of landlords could be stuck with unsellable flats or forced to take a big hit on the sale price if the government goes ahead with plans to impose loans on leaseholders to pay for cladding remediation.
A landlady who’s hosted a veritable menagerie of animals in rental properties over the years says she’s so fed up with the resulting mess and damage that she won’t take any more tenants with pets.
A landlord fears he could lose his home after claiming to run up £30,000 in rent arrears. Max Christian (pictured, above), from Stockport, signed up his three-bedroom Camden flat with Camden-based London Residential in...
An affluent family have insisted on taking a nine-month rent holiday, despite being furloughed on a director’s salary and getting a new car, reports one despairing landlady. Proving that it’s not just benefit claimants...
Landlords struggling with mortgage payments look set to get more breathing space after lenders backed plans to extend a moratorium on home repossessions. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is consulting on whether to hold...
Accidental and single-property landlords are poised to offload up to 150,000 properties onto the market within the next two years, says the boss of lettings platform MakeUrMove. MD Alexandra Morris (pictured, above) predicts that...
Paul Shamplina’s Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords programme is watched around the globe and one super-fan from The Netherlands - where it’s known perhaps more poetically as ‘Horror huurders en huisjesmelkers’ – is keen to point out that...
A Nottingham landlord has vowed to keep challenging the DWP with possibly hundreds of complaints after scoring his second victory against the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP). The Independent Case Examiner (ICE) has...
Nottingham landlords have reacted angrily to an impending hefty rise in licensing fees, claiming it will hit tenants hard at a time when many can least afford it. The city council (pictured) wants to increase...