A landlord from Cornwall has been fined after failing to maintain gas appliances at his rental properties in Launceston
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The number of new buy to let mortgages available to investors has hit 1,725 – its highest point since 1,942 products were recorded in December 2007, almost a decade ago
Housing minister Alok Sharma has come under attack after making his first major speech since his appointment 93 days ago, which sadly failed to impress
A shrinking supply of properties is partially down to government measures in the letting sector. This has led to rent rises.
As the Treasury sees its coffers swell by 20%, there is little chance that the Government is going to ditch the 3% Stamp Duty Land Tax surcharge on property transactions
The length of tenancies is growing as 25% of all households will be living in rented accommodation by
Are you insured against lost rental, if so, are you compliant with your insurance requirements?
Increase in rents in the East of England due to less properties being available
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