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Increase in rents in the East of England due to less properties being available
April 2018 will see the end of the EPC ratings F & G
Renting was a stop gap until people could save enough to buy. Today, owning a home is a long-term protect
Buy to let investments have continued to prove popular with growing number of British expats
Confidence is ebbing away in private rental sector for Landlords
Landlords hope to gain as new legislation aims to make local housing authorities act sooner on homelessness applications
Buy-to-let properties – the pros and cons of setting up a company
MP Karen Buck wants to re-introduce her Homes Bill (Fit for Human Habitation) following the Grenfell Tower Disaster
Prominent Tory MP Iain Duncan Smith has said the Government should call off the fight against private landlords. The former Secretary of State for Work and Pensions said it was time to reconsider “the way we treat private landlords”. He went on: “A large number of them are talking about no longer buying to let, [&hellip