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TOM's Ultimate Guide for landlords, whose tenants can't pay the rent

TOM's Ultimate Guide for landlords, whose tenants can't pay the rent

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More than half of landlords have reported having lost some rental income due to their tenants struggling to afford the rent

'Rent rises must be allowed in Scotland or supply will dwindle more'

'Rent rises must be allowed in Scotland or supply will dwindle more'

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A leading Scots letting agent has warned that unless the Scottish government amends its rent control plans to allow for future increases, the level of investment in the country’s PRS will continue to slide.

Elderly landlord to pay £23,000 after tenant's complaint

Elderly landlord to pay £23,000 after tenant's complaint

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A rogue landlord has been ordered to pay more than £23,000 after letting out a dilapidated and dangerous house to a family in Camber.

'Labour's plan to devolve power will see rent controls by back door'

'Labour's plan to devolve power will see rent controls by back door'

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Labour could introduce rent controls via the back door by devolving power to regional and city mayors, a property expert warns.

UK's largest renting trade bodies warn political parties

UK's largest renting trade bodies warn political parties

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Two of the UK’s biggest trade organisation representing the private rental sector have revealed their concerns over the big political parties’ electoral promises to crack down against landlords.

Midlands council to bring in £1,000 a property HMO licencing

Midlands council to bring in £1,000 a property HMO licencing

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More HMO landlords in the West Midlands borough of Sandwell face paying £1,000 for a licence after the council gave the go-ahead to an extended additional scheme.

Major housebuilder switches to renting, not selling homes

Major housebuilder switches to renting, not selling homes

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Housebuilder Berkeley has announced its ambition to become a big player in the build-to-rent market amid sluggish demand from buyers.

Rent controls do not work and never will, expert warns Labour

Rent controls do not work and never will, expert warns Labour

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Rent controls are a potential bombshell in Labour’s manifesto that could have unintended consequences, according to one property expert.

8 essential things for prospective landlords to consider before purchasing a buy-to-let

8 essential things for prospective landlords to consider before purchasing a buy-to-let

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It's essential to ensure that property is the right investment vehicle for you and to choose a property and type of let that aligns with your financial objectives.

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TOM's Ultimate Guide for landlords, whose tenants can't pay the rent

TOM's Ultimate Guide for landlords, whose tenants can't pay the rent

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More than half of landlords have reported having lost some rental income due to their tenants struggling to afford the rent

'Rent rises must be allowed in Scotland or supply will dwindle more'

'Rent rises must be allowed in Scotland or supply will dwindle more'

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A leading Scots letting agent has warned that unless the Scottish government amends its rent control plans to allow for future increases, the level of investment in the country’s PRS will continue to slide.

Elderly landlord to pay £23,000 after tenant's complaint

Elderly landlord to pay £23,000 after tenant's complaint

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A rogue landlord has been ordered to pay more than £23,000 after letting out a dilapidated and dangerous house to a family in Camber.

'Labour's plan to devolve power will see rent controls by back door'

'Labour's plan to devolve power will see rent controls by back door'

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Labour could introduce rent controls via the back door by devolving power to regional and city mayors, a property expert warns.

UK's largest renting trade bodies warn political parties

UK's largest renting trade bodies warn political parties

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Two of the UK’s biggest trade organisation representing the private rental sector have revealed their concerns over the big political parties’ electoral promises to crack down against landlords.

Midlands council to bring in £1,000 a property HMO licencing

Midlands council to bring in £1,000 a property HMO licencing

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More HMO landlords in the West Midlands borough of Sandwell face paying £1,000 for a licence after the council gave the go-ahead to an extended additional scheme.

Major housebuilder switches to renting, not selling homes

Major housebuilder switches to renting, not selling homes

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Housebuilder Berkeley has announced its ambition to become a big player in the build-to-rent market amid sluggish demand from buyers.

Rent controls do not work and never will, expert warns Labour

Rent controls do not work and never will, expert warns Labour

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Rent controls are a potential bombshell in Labour’s manifesto that could have unintended consequences, according to one property expert.

8 essential things for prospective landlords to consider before purchasing a buy-to-let

8 essential things for prospective landlords to consider before purchasing a buy-to-let

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It's essential to ensure that property is the right investment vehicle for you and to choose a property and type of let that aligns with your financial objectives.

TOM's Ultimate Guide for landlords, whose tenants can't pay the rent

TOM's Ultimate Guide for landlords, whose tenants can't pay the rent

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More than half of landlords have reported having lost some rental income due to their tenants struggling to afford the rent

'Rent rises must be allowed in Scotland or supply will dwindle more'

'Rent rises must be allowed in Scotland or supply will dwindle more'

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A leading Scots letting agent has warned that unless the Scottish government amends its rent control plans to allow for future increases, the level of investment in the country’s PRS will continue to slide.

Elderly landlord to pay £23,000 after tenant's complaint

Elderly landlord to pay £23,000 after tenant's complaint

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A rogue landlord has been ordered to pay more than £23,000 after letting out a dilapidated and dangerous house to a family in Camber.

'Labour's plan to devolve power will see rent controls by back door'

'Labour's plan to devolve power will see rent controls by back door'

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Labour could introduce rent controls via the back door by devolving power to regional and city mayors, a property expert warns.

UK's largest renting trade bodies warn political parties

UK's largest renting trade bodies warn political parties

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Two of the UK’s biggest trade organisation representing the private rental sector have revealed their concerns over the big political parties’ electoral promises to crack down against landlords.

Midlands council to bring in £1,000 a property HMO licencing

Midlands council to bring in £1,000 a property HMO licencing

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More HMO landlords in the West Midlands borough of Sandwell face paying £1,000 for a licence after the council gave the go-ahead to an extended additional scheme.

Major housebuilder switches to renting, not selling homes

Major housebuilder switches to renting, not selling homes

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Housebuilder Berkeley has announced its ambition to become a big player in the build-to-rent market amid sluggish demand from buyers.

Rent controls do not work and never will, expert warns Labour

Rent controls do not work and never will, expert warns Labour

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Rent controls are a potential bombshell in Labour’s manifesto that could have unintended consequences, according to one property expert.

8 essential things for prospective landlords to consider before purchasing a buy-to-let

8 essential things for prospective landlords to consider before purchasing a buy-to-let

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It's essential to ensure that property is the right investment vehicle for you and to choose a property and type of let that aligns with your financial objectives.

Three steps to auction finance success

Three steps to auction finance success

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When it comes toauction finance, several factors help to ensure a successful purchase. Read onfor expert advice and top tips on the legal process, lender outlook, andmortgage rate insights.

NEW: Labour launches broadside against bad landlords and 'vested interests'

NEW: Labour launches broadside against bad landlords and 'vested interests'

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Labour has launched a broadside against bad landlords as it adds more flesh to its manifesto bone in a bid to win the ‘renter vote’.

Scots and English Labour disagree publicly over rent controls

Scots and English Labour disagree publicly over rent controls

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Scottish Labour have promised that their new MPs will push for rent controls, despite the national party coming out against them.

INSIGHT: Will lower inflation see mortgage rates drop for landlords?

INSIGHT: Will lower inflation see mortgage rates drop for landlords?

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Landlords will have to wait a few more months for any real mortgage rate relief, despite today’s fall in inflation to 2%, experts tell LandlordZONE

After disastrous rent controls, SNP goes quiet on landlords

After disastrous rent controls, SNP goes quiet on landlords

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The SNP has published its manifesto in the run-up to next month’s general election – but renters and landlords barely get a look in.

'Rookie landlords now more at risk from selective licencing'

'Rookie landlords now more at risk from selective licencing'

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A leading law firm has warned that newbie landlords are at risk of ‘significant consequences’ because many are unaware that selective licencing is spreading rapidly across most urban areas of the UK.

OUT OF TOUCH? Minister claims landlords 'support rent controls'

OUT OF TOUCH? Minister claims landlords 'support rent controls'

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Scotland’s new housing minister Paul McLennan has surprised landlords by controversially claiming that the country’s private rented sector supports rent controls.

Labour casts doubt on Tory's CGT exemption scheme for landlords

Labour casts doubt on Tory's CGT exemption scheme for landlords

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Labour has cast doubt on the Conservatives’ proposal for a two-year temporary capital gains tax break for landlords who sell to their existing tenants

New report says EPCs 'riddled with inaccuracies'

New report says EPCs 'riddled with inaccuracies'

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A snapshot investigation by Which? has revealed that property owners are being given Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) riddled with inaccuracie.

BLOG: What next for leaseholders facing remediation nightmares?

BLOG: What next for leaseholders facing remediation nightmares?

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Cross-bench peer the Earl of Lytton reveals his attempts to make the Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill a better piece of legislation for landlords and leaseholders.

Political parties largely misunderstand the business rates issues

Political parties largely misunderstand the business rates issues

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The three main parties manifestos' proposals fail to instil confidence in Colliers business rates expert, John Webber.

17% of deposits 'don't cover rent arrears or damage by tenants'

17% of deposits 'don't cover rent arrears or damage by tenants'

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Cash deposits increasingly don’t cover landlords’ claims for rent arrears or damage, according to a new study.

55% of tenants support rent controls says Generation Rent

55% of tenants support rent controls says Generation Rent

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More than half of private renters (55%) reckon a new government should introduce rent controls.

Welsh nationalists back rent controls in manifesto

Welsh nationalists back rent controls in manifesto

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Plaid Cymru has come out in favour of rent controls in the PRS as part of its housing strategy in the party’s manifesto.

BLOG: Why accurate inventories are more important than ever

BLOG: Why accurate inventories are more important than ever

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The first thing I tell anyone is how important 'evidence' is in both deposit disputes and, now more than ever, monitoring fire safety compliance.

Renting £300 a month cheaper than owning says big lettings firm

Renting £300 a month cheaper than owning says big lettings firm

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Despite politicians and campaign groups claiming that the nation’s rental market is unaffordable, new research out today reveals that renting remains cheaper on average than buying a property with a 5% deposit.