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Evictions expert contends Shelter’s statistics on landlords ‘illegal behaviour’

TV star and evictions expert Paul Shamplina has said he does not accept Shelter’s recent propaganda stating that 45% of landlords are involved in ‘illegal behaviour’.

UPDATE: Star line-up for first live landlord show for two years...

The full list of speakers and conference topics to be tackled during this month's Property Investor Show has been released.

BREAKING: ‘Evictions ramp up but landlords still face court delays’

More landlords are seeking to evict tenants after months of waiting for the evictions ban to end but many face extra delays...

BREAKING: Leading property educators gather to launch self-regulation scheme

An initiative to bring in self-regulation of the property education sector has been launched, recognising that its reputation faces ‘major issues’ as...

NEW: Live show promises ‘gloves off’ debate on rogue tenants

Visitors to the first live Property Investor Show for nearly two years are in for a treat as key members of the...

As the regulations mount up, should landlords self-manage or not?

When it comes to owning a buy-to­ let property, the decision as to whether to use an agent or not is...

REVEALED: Landlords now risk fines totalling £55,000 after regulation surge

Successive governments’ attempts to clamp down on rogue operators within the PRS means errant landlords are now exposed to fines totalling £55,000...

Pioneering FREE virtual landlord show to stage final event as Covid...

This Thursday landlords have a final chance to attend one of the sector’s leading virtual property shows before gatherings like this return...

EXCLUSIVE: Behind the scenes of this week’s Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords...

Eviction expert Paul Shamplina helps a landlord couple confront their evasive letting agent on the latest edition of Evicted! Nightmare Tenants, Slum...

Landlords are now bribing tenants to quit properties, claims report

Landlords faced with lengthy court waits have resorted to bribing tenants to get them out of their properties, it has been reported.