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Third of landlords prefer using online lettings agencies, says poll

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Online letting agents now have 35% of the private sector market, with many landlords happy to forgo trips to their local high...

London’s foreign and UK student renters return to the market despite...

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A new wave of overseas and domestic students have ignored COVID fears to look for digs in central London.

Thanks Boris! Landlord confidence crumbles as Government regulation and evictions ban...

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Landlords’ confidence took a hammering in the second quarter of the year, as they were hit by the evictions ban, Government...

How much has Covid cost you? Average bill is now £4,894,...

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Covid-hit landlords are out of pocket by an average of £4,894, according to the latest industry research from Scotland.

BREAKING: People can move home within North West lockdown, government...

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The government has updated its guidance on the regional lockdown in the North West today to clarify that people can continue to...

LATEST: Rental properties housing ‘shielding’ tenants can now be visited for...

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Updated government guidance has given the green light for landlords to resume maintenance and repairs at properties where tenants are shielding -...

LATEST: Scrapping Section 21 to be delayed until Covid is over,...

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The government has indicated that that it will not be bringing the much debated Renters’ Reform Act forward as draft legislation until...

GET READY: New possession hearing rules WILL add time and cost...

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Evictions expert Paul Shamplina of Landlord Action has urged landlords waiting to re-start possession actions over non-payment of rent dating from before...

BREAKING: Scottish housing market to re-open on 29th June

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The Scottish housing market is to re-open on Monday 29th June, it has been announced. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon...

Time to recognise landlords are suffering too during Coronavirus crisis, solicitors...

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The government should support landlords to help them keep their tenants rather than leaving them no choice but to issue possession proceedings...