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Total Landlord Mortgages investigates the impact COVID-19 has had on the buy to let market and explains why now, with restrictions easing and life returning somewhat to ‘normal’, is a good time to invest.
A landlord is fighting to remove tenants from his property after he was tricked into allowing it to be turned into an illegal HMO. Jackson Annor signed a six-month contract in September 2017, believing...
Shadow housing secretary Thangam Debbonaire has been promoted and replaced by Lucy Powell as part of Keir Starmer’s reshuffle following last week’s disastrous election result for Labour. 54-year-old Debbonaire was in post for just...
Landlord Manjit Kaur Gill, who’s being investigated for possible housing offences after being served with two improvement orders, has failed in her bid to win a seat on Elmbridge Borough Council. The Conservative candidate was...
Restrictions affecting landlords are set to be eased next month. Increased notice periods when it comes to repossessions and a ban on enforcement action in all but the most serious of cases were introduced...
Landlords will be paid cash deposits by a council in a radical bid to shorten housing waiting lists. Stafford Borough Council has given its new innovative scheme the go-ahead, using a government-backed tenancy deposit...
Northern Ireland’s government is considering a nationwide Private Sector Leasing (PSL) scheme that would offer landlords guaranteed rents in return for a commitment to tenancy contracts of between three and five years as well as minimum property...
Last week the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) highlighted its efforts to protect people from the dubious returns offered by ‘high risk’ investment funds. LandlordZONE editor Nigel Lewis The FCA wants...
A landlord who’s been waiting for a court to hear his application to evict a drug-dealing tenant for more than a year fears his case could be further delayed due to a lack of police co-operation, he...
Courts are set to buckle under the pressure once the eviction ban restrictions end, with most cases entering the system now not likely to be completed until well into 2022, a report has warned.