The Superstrike case which earlier this year shook the private rented sector, has found many landlords uncertain about where they stand in regards to tenancy deposit schemes for tenants living in properties with agreements dated before the inception of the tenancy deposit protect
One of the world's largest credit referencing agencies, Experian, has announced that from January 2014 it will include rental payments on individual credit reports. The changes will mean landlords and lettings/estates agen
Halifax, one of the UK's leading landlord mortgage providers, has dismissed fears that the housing market is heading towards another 'bubble'. Halifax's November 2013 House Price Index, highlighted the fact as property prices continued to grow - but with a caveat, at a gradual ra
Big buy-to-let mortgage providers - Coventry Building Society and Virgin Money - have slowly started to decrease the rates and terms of their mortgage deals. The move, which many analysts argue is a move to get more people to invest into the lucrative buy-to-let marketplace, can
According to the HomeLet Rental Index, average rental payments in the UK appear to have plateaued after last month's slight decrease. The data, however, still points towards tenants paying around 2.7% more than this time last year.
A landlord in Northumbria has been fined after being found guilty of failing to comply with the Housing Act Improvement Notice regulations in response to his continued failure to act. The landlord, Brij Bushan Chowdhry, was fined £ 1,000. He was also liable for £900 worth of lega
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has launched a series of free guides to help first-time property buyers through the home buying maze - including those wanting to invest in buy-to-let property.
The guides help buyers and sellers alike understand what is expec