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Section 21:  Both the main landlord associations, NLA and RLA have recently put out surveys asking landlords for their opinions on the proposed removal of the Section 21 no-fault eviction process ahead...
Rental Management: With Brexit on the horizon, landlords need to consider the needs of the modern tenant, the “evolving tenant” as Sanjeev Patel, managing director of PPP Capital, terms him...
Rental growth: With London rents growing at a pace which barely moves the needle, healthy growth is being achieved further north, and particularly in Scotland. Over the past 12...
Buy-to-Let: Andrew Turner, interim chief executive of Commercial Trust, writing for the FT Adviser, thinks that buy-to-let is far from a sick patient when it comes to providing good returns for private investors.
We are now filming our 5th series for a Channel 5 show, due to be aired very soon. Our previous series’ includes ‘Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords and Bad Tenants, Rogue Landlords’, featuring Paul Shamplina of Landlord Action.
Cladding of Flats: It will no doubt come as a great relief to those landlords and leaseholder who are affected by the cladding scandal. For a long time it looked...
Confiscation Orders: Southwark Council successfully prosecuted a London landlord who divided a London Bridge property into 20 cramped studios and bedsits, “putting profits before the quality of life of his tenants.”
Online Agency: Michael Bruce, founder and CEO of the international online estate agency, headquartered in Solihull, has announced that he is stepping down from the troubled London stock exchange listed company.
Rogue landlords: Two Chester landlords have been brought to book and fined for letting a “death-trap” flat which had no windows or heating. Sandeep Jarjapu and Nattha Gohill...
Long-leasehold: The increasing trend to sell new houses on long-leasehold, as opposed to with a freehold title, has led to some alarming stories recently. It seems that...