A database of rogue letting agents and landlords and new banning orders, first promised in the Housing and Planning Act announced almost exactly a year ago, is to come into effect from early April
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It has been claimed that one in every 12 homes in 2017 has been up for sale in the previous six months before the property has been put onto the rental market. This adds up to 80,000 homes in total
A recent survey by Rightmove shows that a shortage in the supply of properties to let is set to see the UK rental market remain buoyant over the coming year; this in turn will continue to drive rents higher
The Government has published a Draft ‘Tenant Fees’ Bill to ban letting agents and landlords from charging letting fees to tenants.
The Energy Efficiency (private rental properties)(England & Wales) regulations 2015 come into force from April 2018.
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A recent survey suggests no fewer than 88 per cent of tenants regard cost as the most important deciding factor when choosing a rental property
All letting agents across England will have to be registered under new legislation, Communities Secretary Sajid Javid said yesterday.
A trade body says the expanding Build To Rent sector will never be large enough to meet tenant demand and as a result the government should do more to aid buy to let investors
The majority of landlords still believe that a cap on letting agent fees will be more effective than an outright ban, according to recent research