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Even upmarket landlords face ‘stark choices’ now says leading property figure
It’s tough out there: Cracks in UK housebuilding sector grow by the day
EXCLUSIVE: Lettings agency asks landlord to be guarantor for own tenants rent!
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Landlord ordered to pay tenants more than £140,000 in compensation
Before election, UK’s Sunak recommits to housing promises
Michael Gove calls for delay in rented housing energy efficiency plans
Gove to relax rules in England to allow more shops to be converted into homes
Labour abolishes pledge to introduce rent controls
Government introduces landmark reforms to deliver fairer private rented sector for tenants and landlords
Purplebricks sold to rival for £1 after senior team throw in the towel
Renters Reform Bill – just a delay or a major rethink?
Leasehold reform ‘will not be in King’s speech’ says former housing minister
BREAKING: Landlords ‘to be given three more years’ to reach EPC minimum
First rental eviction prompted by tighter EPC rules takes place in Midlands
Chadwell Heath rental home gets a whopping 52 offers
Leading economics expert says ‘enough is enough’ for bruised landlords
Landlords warned over Section 13 rent rises after Court of Appeal decision
BTL landlords welcome landmark ruling from the Supreme Court
A Thriving PRS is Vital to A Vibrant Economy
Farewell radiators? Testing out electric infrared wallpaper
NEW: Gove sets sights on scrapping leasehold ownership
Mortgage guarantee scheme extended: initiative to help buyers with small deposits will run until December 2023
Hot water bottle vs electric blanket – which is cheaper to keep warm?
Failure to repair water leak lands landlord in hot water
Insulation: Households could save £300 in new insulation scheme
‘Government acts to protect tenants’ says Gove in landlord clampdown
Investors scramble to dump UK property funds as valuations dive amid widening Kwarteng mini-budget chaos
You may not like landlords but we need them
Sustainable Warmth Grant available for eligible households and Private Landlords
HMRC steps up search for landlords with undeclared rental income
101 Ways How To Sell Your House Faster (And For More Money, Too)
Home insulation grants: can you get help paying for loft and cavity wall insulation?
Solar panel sales boom as energy bills soar
Collapse of supplier Bulb could add more than £150 to energy bills
A Couple of Price Falls Don’t Yet Add Up to a Housing Correction
Council will fine landlords whose properties do not meet minimum EPC ratings
Agents report property market ‘returning to normal’
Keys to the council – Hill Group gifts SoloHaus to house the homeless
How real estate can embrace the use of smart-tech
Energy price rises may be even higher than previously predicted
Young adults lie behind growing rental demand, analysis shows
Housebuilder prepares eco-friendly homes ready for extreme temperatures
Ban on charging ground rent on leases comes into force today
Canopy and Housing Hand announce new partnership
Bank of England raises borrowing costs – industry reaction
Second home owners face extra bills as tax loophole set to close
Almost a third of property sales collapse because lenders ‘getting tougher’ – claim
Online estate agency agrees partnership to help buyers raise a deposit
Industry ramps up awareness of new ‘material information’ guidance for agents
Government considering 50-year mortgages that children can inherit
How Long Does It Take to Move in 2022?
Reminder to Agents – New Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Rules Coming Up
The Party’s Over for Airbnb
Ban On Charging Ground Rent On Leases Comes Into Force
Cost-Of-Living Crisis Still Taking Centre Stage as UK Borrowing Drops
BTL landlords will benefit from £2bn home insulation scheme
Supply Exceeding Normal Levels Since Stamp Duty Cut
New listings are on the rise and stock is quickly shifting since the first month of the Stamp Duty holiday but there are already fears about how long it will last. Analysis by property website Home.co.uk found supply of new sales instructions is “exceeding normal levels” and properties are being quickly snapped up close to […]
How will the property market fare as the economy enters recession?
So, the U.K. is officially in recession. And not just any recession but ‘the deepest recession since records began’.
The Office for National Statistics said gross domestic product (GDP), fell in the second quarter of 2020 by 20.4% compared with the previous three months, and that is the biggest quarterly decline since comparable records began in 1955.