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Nigel Lewis is a property writer and editor with a 27-year track record working for national newspapers, magazines, websites and also leading content media agencies and portals. nigellewis67@gmail.com
NRLA boss Ben Beadle has urged landlords to complete its rental reform survey ahead of the Friday deadline. The survey has already had almost 3,500 responses, but Beadle wants...
An exasperated landlord in North London is warning others to beware of unregulated eviction companies after paying one £2,000 – but has yet to evict her tenants two years later. The elderly landlord used...
Shawbrook Bank has just arranged the mother of all buy-to-let mortgages for a portfolio landlord needing £11 million to refinance a spending spree in the North West. The landlord wanted to release capital from...
A rogue letting agent who did a runner, leaving landlords more than £80,000 out of pocket, has admitted two counts of fraud. Scores of tenants and landlords discovered Frank Smart (main pictured), the owner...
Heating manufacturer NIBE Energy Systems has launched a photovoltaic-thermal (PV-T) add-on to its ground-source heat pump that transforms it into a silent ‘multi-source’ heat pump. Its PV-T collector removes the need for a ground...
Landlords wondering what all the fuss is over holiday lets and why they are spreading so fast should read the latest research that shows they pull in an average monthly rental income of £972 - 29% more...
Student landlords are becoming increasingly worried about the Government’s plans to bring in periodic tenancies, as outlined within its renting reform White Paper. LandlordZONE has spoken to three leading landlords who help run the...
A severely disabled tenant and his family have barricaded themselves into their home in a bid to prevent a controversial eviction. Quadriplegic Harvey Cowe, 62, and his wife Sheree, 55, have lived at the house...
Landlords face a new challenge next year when the Government introduces its Statutory Debt Repayment Plan scheme, experts have warned. During Covid HM Treasury introduces a ‘breathing space’ scheme to give those in serious...
Renters’ union Acorn has inadvertently highlighted the unfairness of landlords paying for licence fees when poor enforcement means many rogue landlords simply refuse to do so, happily dodging the high fees and paperwork. Its...