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On the day her new book about being a landlord is published, The Secret Landlord writes for LandlordZONE, highlighting her experience of failed selective licensing schemes.
It's been two weeks since the housing courts reopened and over six months since landlords were last able to go to court to get a possession order. During this time many tenants have seen...
The lettings market is evolving very fast and with extensive experience in the sector, Martin & Co MD Eric Walker - who is also a Property Redress Scheme Advisory Council member, explains why landlords who are offered...
In the first of new series talking to key UK landlord figures about how they grew their businesses from scratch, we start with one of the largest.
Since the outset of the pandemic the vast majority of landlords have done all they can to support their tenants, going above and beyond to keep them in their homes, often at a cost to themselves.
The impact of Covid 19 on the student accommodation sector was swift, with Students leaving their accommodation to return home in significant numbers. Many students, without part-time work because of the pandemic, struggled...
While no-one expected a booming market post the Covid lockdown, there are those of us who questioned how much the housing market would suffer during these very strange times. Currently the most robust housing...
While our research shows that the vast majority of tenants have been able to pay their rent as usual, sadly, through no fault of the tenant, some have struggled. It is therefore heartening...
The past six months have felt like a re-running of Dante’s Inferno, with each day or week seeing a deeper descent into the abyss. This chaos will be with us for the foreseeable future...
Life in lockdown has been difficult for us all and with universities across the country closing their doors, it has been especially challenging for student landlords. For many of you, used to the annual...