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The number of buy-to-let acquisitions made by landlords nearing retirement age increased by more than half following the re-opening of the housing market – more than any other age bracket. There was a 52%...
A rogue landlord who didn’t provide bins for his tenants, leading to bags of rubbish being dumped next to a river, has been fined.  Roger Howarth, of St Marys Street, Wallingford, was rumbled after...
Landlords are being encouraged to discover the benefits of smart meters at a free webinar which aims to show how upgrading can bring benefits to everyone. As part of the first smart meter awareness...
mydeposits is contacting scores of tenants, landlords and agents explaining what action they need to take in the fall-out of the collapse of Ash Residential Property Management Limited (ARPM).  It has negotiated an extension...
Landlords and letting agents hit by the collapse of Ash Residential Property Management Limited (ARPM) have been left struggling to claw back deposits and fees after it ceased trading last month with debts of almost £1.5m.
In the trendy district dubbed “Shoreditch-on-sea” councillors plan is to restrict short-term letting over fears the practice is “killing the community” Margate in Kent has experienced and explosion of popularity and has been dubbed...
The Society of Licensed Conveyancers has accused the government of not taking the cladding issue seriously enough and warns that its inaction will cause a lack of available homes in the future. The property...
The number of private renters in arrears in England has more than doubled during the pandemic, according to new government data. The latest Household Resilience Study shows that in April-May, 7% of private renters...
High demand and properties being let out quickly has led to rents outside London rising at the fastest rate ever recorded by Rightmove, up by 8.6% on a year ago. As tenants return to...
HMRC warns that owners must accurately declare these earnings on their self assessment tax returns or face criminal charges if in default. A boom in bookings The Covid pandemic has stored...