If the existing mortgage deal on your buy-to-let property is about to come to an end, you may want to change to a new deal sooner rather than later
The average UK private rental tenancy is now 20 months, almost a fifth longer than in 2014 according to research from Your Move.
Buy-to-let landlords allowing illegal immigrants to live in their properties may face jail after hundreds of people suspected of not having the rights to live in the UK were arrested during a national enforcement operation across Britain.
A significant number of private landlords are planning to increase rents to help cope with changes to the way they are taxed, new research has suggested.
A new range of equity release products for owners of buy-to-let properties has today been launched by Retirement Advantage.
As the buy-to-let industry has grown, so too have the many rules and regulations involved with letting a property.
Rent payments should be included when calculating credit scores to support tenants wanting to buy a home of their own.
Average rents continued to fall across many parts of London in the second quarter of 2017 although demand for rental properties increased.
There has been a significant drop in the number of homes available to rent over the past 12 months, according to new figures released today.
In what is a welcome change to the landlord bashing articles often featured in the media, the Liverpool Echo has published a story showing the flip side of the coin.
A league table drawn up by a rental sector insurance specialist claims private rental accommodation in university locations can produce yields up to 12 per cent per year.
A new snapshot of the buy to let mortgage market suggests costs have dropped further over the past three months as lenders compete for customers.
One in five landlords in the UK plan to sell at least one property from their portfolios in the next 12 months despite seeing more demand for lettings, new research shows.
A run of eight consecutive months of falling rents in London came to an end last month, according to Countrywide.
The Residential Landlords’ Association, which last autumn published important statistics on the spread of short lets within London, is now looking to update its research on the subject.
An economics academic says the country’s taxpayers should be “very angry” with the government for failing to collect taxes to which they are entitled from the buy to let sector.
The Property Redress Scheme, one of three approved redress operations, says it saw a 33 per cent increase in membership in 2016 and a 40 per cent surge in complaints.
A Hampshire property investor who failed to declare Capital Gains Tax from the sale of properties evading £157,725, has been jailed for two years and three months.
HMRC said to be investigating reports that 13,000 renters did not declare rental revenue
A survey of almost 3,000 landlords suggests more than one in five plans to sell at least one of their investment properties in the coming year – making the current shortfall of homes to rent even more acute.