Monday 19th February 2018

Fresh research from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) which reveals that young adults are less likely to own a home than ever before reinforces the fact that the private rented sector (PRS) remains a vital part of the housing market...

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Monday 19th February 2018

Over recent months, the government and leading housing charities have put increasing pressure on landlords to improve the quality of rental accommodation and tenancy conditions. Earlier this month the House of Commons had a second reading of the Private Members’ Bill, which aims to raise standards of rental accommodation...

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Monday 19th February 2018

A third of property professionals in this country are set to add to their portfolios this year as appetite for opportunistic deals continues, remaining resilient despite a backdrop of increased challenges...

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Monday 19th February 2018

Two buy-to-let landlords in Burnley have been fined a total of £27,500 as part of Burnley Council’s campaign to clamp down on rogue operators in the private rented sector. The authority’s housing team has served three notices to landlords for failing to licence their properties under the selective licensing scheme...

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Friday 16th February 2018

Residential property remains the long-term investment of choice for many Britons, illustrated by the high number of properties sold under the hammer at auction over the past couple of weeks. More than 1,000 properties have been sold at auction so far this month, including plenty of tenanted properties, with hundreds more expected to be sold in the coming weeks, as the UK’s housing shortage continues to yield high investment opportunities...

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