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The next chapter in the troubling story of property guru Glenn Armstrong has begun after court records have revealed that the infamous £3m seven-bedroom ‘trophy mansion’ he often used within his marketing effort has been repossessed by...
One leading Belfast IT firm has just sublet its office space in the city as home working or hybrid working has taken hold in the company, and this looks like outlasting the Covid pandemic.
The government in Wales has revealed more plans to intervene in the property market and help stop properties in Welsh-speaking areas being sold to outsiders for second homes or holiday lets. This announcement is...
Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak continue to battle it out to become Prime Minster, but what will this mean for housing? Sunak and Truss have talked about homeownership and with the challenges that many...
Not all insurance claims by landlords are for mundane items like damaged coffee tables or soiled carpets, a surprising new survey has revealed. Total Landlord Insurance has trawled its recent pay-outs to reveal a...
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has called on the next Tory PM to force landlords to pay tenants’ moving costs when asking them to move out of a property where the renter is not at fault.
The changes to tenancy law being proposed within the Government’s recent Fairer Renting White Paper will damage the student rental sector and reduce the amount of housing available within it, it has been claimed.
Key figures from the world of landlords and pets have sat down to begin thrashing out a solution to the current ‘pets in lets’ conundrum vexing the sector. Organised by tech platform The Lettings...
A leading letting agent in Wales has told LandlordZONE that the additional regulation of landlords in his country, which is due to tighten even further later this year, has not been the disaster that many predicted.
A landlord has been unwittingly drawn into a heated debate over the looming changes to the Welsh private rented sector. The country's Government recently delayed its planned reforms that will alter how tenancies, properties...