Monday 14th May 2018

With more than a quarter of those in their late thirties and early forties now renting, the Residential Landlords Association (RLA) is calling on the government to ensure the support is in place for landlords to meet the changes in the types of tenants in rented housing...

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Monday 14th May 2018

The north-south gap in rental prices is narrowing, as rent hikes ease in the north but pick up in the south of the country, new figures show. Average rents in the north of England dropped by an average 0...

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Monday 14th May 2018

Two letting agents have been hit with £14,000 fines for unlicensed shared properties in Camden, north London. The two rogue letting agents were prosecuted and fined at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court, as part of Camden Council’s ongoing action against those operating unlicensed houses of multiple occupation (HMO) in the borough...

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Friday 11th May 2018

Buy-to-let investment in the long-term is still likely to beat savings rates by a significant margin over the coming years, despite recent regulatory and taxation changes, new figures suggest. Fresh data from Kent Reliance shows that over the course of a 25-year investment, a basic tax paying landlord, placing a typical 30% deposit of £73,908 on a property, would generate a total profit of £265,500 after all costs and taxes...

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