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Private rented sector expert Paul Shamplina has set out some key ideas to reform the market for privately rented homes so that it works better for both landlords and tenants. Shamplina, who is consulted...
NRLA chief executive Ben Beadle on the association’s new guidance showing landlords the role they can play in supporting the UK’s ageing population and disabled renters Could you provide...
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...
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,...
The hugely popular LandlordZONE forum is a friendly community where landlords share their experiences, exchange tips and ask for advice. Here we answer a recent question and ask the experts at Hamilton Fraser to give their best...
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...
Tenants could struggle to find a home as landlords sell up as a result of the Covid-19 crisis. The National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) has warned a supply crisis is looming without a financial package...
Late on Friday there were some small changes made to the court rules. While this is a common process one of the changes was an extension to the new court procedures relating to possession claims.
A LandlordZONE reader called Rebecca has been in touch to ask whether landlords like her can get around the Covid-related six-month minimum notice period required before possession hearings can be started to evict a tenant who has...
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...