The Government announced numerous tax changes for landlords in the Summer 2015 Budget. The announcements made landlords around the country stand up and take notice as the new laws would seriously diminish most of their profits and,
Hundreds and thousands of people have no plan or strategy in place to be able to repay their interest-only mortgage.
Statistics compiled as part of Swindon Council’s housing strategy shows that housing occupancy in the town has dramatically changed over the last decade,
Private rental prices paid by tenants in Great Britain rose by 2.2% in the 12 months prior to January 2017.
Building Firms and housebuilders are to be banned by the government from selling houses as leasehold in England and ground rents on flats could be cut to zero in line with heavy debate and shock at over overpriced and unrealistic contracts.
UK Finance estimates that gross mortgage lending reached £22.1 billion in June. This is 9% higher than May’s lending total of £20.3 billion,
In November 2015, George Osborne disclosed plans to restrain the buy-to-let market, implying its rapid growth was leaving first-time buyers competing with landlords for the restricted number of properties on the market.
The housing market has been predicted to slow down for quite some time now, but this just isn’t the case according to a forecast produced by Rightmove,
Lettings agents in England will be banned from charging fees to tenants “as soon as possible” under plans announced in the previous Autumn Statement.
The security deposits that tenants leave with their landlords or their letting agents will be reduced from 6 weeks to 1 months’