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Tom Entwistle has invested in and developed commercial and residential properties since 1979 and later founded LandlordZONE back in 1999. editor@landlordzone.co.uk
This time its farm tenancies that come under the spotlight, with the secure traditional agricultural tenancies due for reform if the SNP is successful in the upcoming May elections. There are three main kinds...
Demand for buy-to-let and holiday let or staycation properties has risen to unprecedented levels as investors pile in. One Lake District estate agent, Nick Elgey, of Hackney and Leigh says that they are seeing...
As the work from home or office debate continues, many bosses are scratching their heads, wondering how they will entice workers back to their offices, and the outcome will have knock on effects for both commercial and...
The Unite Group is Britain’s biggest student landlord with student accommodation in 22 towns and cities across the country, 170 student properties and around 74,000 beds. It has seen its occupancy rates drop to 65% during the...
With rents falling in some locations by up to 30%, there are now early signs that the worst may be over, says Tom Entwistle Abandoned offices, few returning foreign students or corporate moves,...
Getting a good EPC rating is important for rentals to meet the MEES regulations, and in future even higher ratings will be demanded, but this can be a challenge for some landlords… Since October...
As shopping centre values are hit by the decline in retail and a COVID induced home delivery trend, landlords are desperate to find alternative uses for redundant space, reports Tom Entwistle. One company backed...
Homes England, the little-known agency set-up by the Con/Lib coalition as a 'housing accelerator' is be put under the spotlight by its own chairman, who has promised the government he'll undertaken a root-band-branch re-appraisal of the organisation.
The popular conception is that commercial is a write-off, but the reality is somewhat different, and as always in crises, investment opportunities are created Along with the rest of the stock market, the share...
Despite a recent slowdown, house prices are predicted to carry on rising throughout 2021, landlords will be relieved to hear. The latest figures from the Halifax and other expert’s forecasts indicate that house prices...