Almost half of people renting a home in Britain would love to save for a house but financially cannot afford to do so with 44% admitting that they hate being tenants, new research has found.
London is the most popular city for students to live in, followed by Sydney, Melbourne and Manchester.
One in eight Brits looking to move in the next twelve months have an average budget of £322,000 in order to buy their next home, according to new research from AA Mortgages.
Only a fifth of tenants get on with their landlords, according to a new study by Hillarys.co.uk, as part of ongoing research into Britons attitudes towards renting over buying a home.
Most areas of England and Wales have seen rental price growth over the past 12 months, but where are rents increasing fastest?
Knight Frank says prime central London rents have fallen on a quarterly basis for the 28th consecutive month – a record.
Britain is seeing record breaking investment into the Build to Rent sector with the total capital committed exceeding £2 billion for the first time in 2017.
The government has confirmed that the long-awaited extension of Mandatory HMO Licensing will be introduced from 1st October 2018, subject to Parliamentary approval.
Average rental values in prime central London fell 2.1 per cent in the year to February according to Knight Frank – and the letting agency says rents in that area have been dropping now for two full years.
The number of properties available to rent in London has reached a critical point with homes to let some 46% below the national, average, a new report shows.
Many people with pets still find it difficult to find a rental property, and that is largely due to the potential cost associated with pet damage.
Rogue letting agents have reportedly been convicted of stealing more than £750,000 worth of tenancy deposits so far this year – and one campaigner believes this figure could be the tip of the iceberg.
A specialist insurance firm claims that only 17 per cent of tenants receive the latest version of the mandatory How To Rent booklet when they begin their tenancies.
Letting agents who act on landlords’ instructions to refuse tenants claiming benefits may be breaking the law.
Rents in the North West and East Midlands increased faster than another other area of England and Wales over the course of 2017, Your Move research shows.
The supply of rental properties in Britain fell by 8% from December to January but at the same time demand from prospective renters rose, the latest survey of letting agents shows.
Senior Labour MPs have spoken out about what they believe are the anti-social and detrimental effects of short lets on surrounding homeowners and long-term private tenants.
The head of a major PropTech company serving the lettings sector says he want to see the introduction of a database for identifying rogue tenants.
There was a record number of super prime tenancies agreed in London in 2017 as price sensitivity in the sales market continued to boost demand, a new report reveals
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.