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Crack open the champagne this New Year’s Eve – we have good news for you… A vaccine is on the way!  At the time of writing, this was in the very early...
A landlord has been banned from working in financial services after being convicted two years ago of spying on his tenants while in their bathroom. Father-of-two Mark Horsey was convicted of voyeurism after filming...
Landlords are continuing to support hard-pushed tenants during the pandemic by not raising rents, but won’t be able to maintain their efforts without more Government help, letting agents have warned. ARLA Propertymark’s latest survey...
While retail landlords, the likes of Land Securities and Hammerson, have struggled to collect their rents since the outbreak of the pandemic earlier this year, and the collapse in property values and their market capitalisations has been...
Local councils paid private landlords, letting agents and companies 87% of their temporary accommodation budget for homeless households in 2019/20. New Government figures show that councils spent almost £1.2 billion providing temporary accommodation for these households between April 2019 and March 2020 - up...
Rents will continue to fall until 2022 as tenants’ reduced incomes and less stock continues to impact the sector. Hamptons International says the UK will see a modest 1% drop in rents this year...
Liberal Democrat housing spokesperson Baroness Grender and Labour peer Lord Ponsonby of Shulbrede have secured time in the Lords tomorrow afternoon during which they will try and block the resumption of evictions in England.
The number landlord mortgages available for holidays lets has increased by a quarter in just a month as lenders re-enter the market with a vengeance as landlords invest heavily in the staycation boom-prompted Airbnb/short lets sector.
Landlords are hoping that the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) will see sense and improve the much-criticised Alternative Payment Arrangements (APAs) used within the Universal Credit system, it has been claimed. This follows...
Housing campaign group Generation Rent has labelled new Civil Procedure rules inadequate and wants Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick to explain how they’ll protect renters once the eviction ban is lifted on 24th August. Along...