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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
78-year-old owner of multiple properties in Great Yarmouth who served a prison sentence during the early noughties over the deaths of two tenants has been in court once again. A landlord who served a...
Comments follow a Tyneside council’s plans to force landlords who they suspect of owning rental properties with sub-standard electrics to get a qualified electrician in to complete an inspection. The Residential Landlords Association...
London hybrid lettings agency Home Made tells LandlordZONE it gently warns tenants tha, if they try and sub-let their home they will be found out. A hybrid lettings agency in London has developed software...
As government tax and regulation bites, landlords with smaller portfolios are leaving while those who remain tend to have larger portfolios, says Hamptons International. The number of landlords has decreased by 8% since 2017...
Research just out highlights the most common reasons why landlords and tenants get acrimonious when a tenancy ends. New research by alternative deposits provider Ome has highlighted the main reasons why landlords and tenants get...
Chris Pincher arrives from the Foreign Office where he survived a inappropriate behaviour scandal three years ago after allegations appeared in a national newspaper. A new housing minister has been revealed following Boris Johnson’s brutal...
Research endorsed by Sadiq Khan claims more landlords are switching to ‘professional’ listings on the platform. Hosts with multiple properties are behind at least one-third of Airbnb’s listings in the capital – seemingly more...
Lancaster City Council says measures are needed to prevent ongoing ‘imbalance’ within areas swamped by student lets. Landlords in Lancaster are under attack from their local council which is cracking down on the city’s HMOs.
Sacked housing minister Esther McVey’s last act in post is to reveal that just six names have been added to the database since August last year. Esther McVey’s final act as Housing Minister before...
The Ministry of Justice says fewer landlords faced repossession during the final three months of 2019 compared to the same period the year before Official figures out today show that the number of landlord...