A quarter of landlords plan to sell some or all of their buy-to-let properties if ‘no fault’ Section 21 evictions… Read More »One in Four Landlords to Sell Up if ‘No Fault’ Evictions Are Abolished
Rising costs are hitting traditional buy-to-let investors from all directions, with new research finding that landlords are now spending more… Read More »Property Maintenance Costs Now Account for a Fifth of Rental Income
Rising interest rates are likely to send many landlords into panic mode, as new research reveals the soaring cost of… Read More »Interest Rates Double and Landlords in Panic Mode
It’s no secret that the UK has a chronic housing shortage, especially in terms of affordable homes and social housing.… Read More »Social Housing Shortfall: Local Councils and Housing Associations Acquiring Private Homes
The proposed scrapping of ‘no-fault’ evictions is leading to a spike in landlords evicting tenants under current laws, experts have… Read More »Rental Reforms: Landlords Evict Tenants Ahead of No-Fault Evictions Ban
With gross rental yields reaching record lows of 4.38pc and rising interest rates massively increasing the cost of variable rate… Read More »Buy-to-Let Alternatives: What Are My Options?
Nearly one in five landlords say they plan to reduce their buy-to-let portfolio as a result of the proposed rental… Read More »What Alternatives are Buy-To-Let Landlords Looking For?