Landlord News

Our landlord news section provides comprehensive information and updates for buy-to-let investors. What are the major trends being seen in the private rental sector? Where can you secure solid rental yields? Are some regions performing better than others?

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Stuck with the Stigma: Private Landlords Close to Quitting

Does media really have the power to turn landlords away from the private rental sector? Adjustments to the buy-to-let tax …

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Call for Landlord EPC Improvements Tax Relief on Rented Properties

The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) is calling for all private rented homes to be made as energy efficient as possible. …

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A Simpler Selective Licensing System for Landlords is Needed, says PayProp

PayProp, the automated rental payment provider, has stated its opinion that as part of the Government’s current review of selective …

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Rental Prices up Again in Scotland, Citylets Report Reveals

Rental prices continued to climb in the second quarter of the year, the latest figures confirm. The Scottish national average …

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Incentives to Take in People at Risk of Homelessness Offered by BTL Landlords

In an attempt to encourage landlords with properties in Barrow-in-Furness to take in those at risk of being homeless, free …

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Buy-to-Let Special Report States “Increasing Shift Towards Areas with Higher Yields”

The Mortgage Lender has commissioned a special report, which has found that buy-to-let investors are increasingly on the look out …

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Why must I keep up to date with latest landlord news? It is vitally important for you to stay on top of the latest landlord news if you are to make your letting a profitable one. Whatever your reason for becoming a property landlord, whether it be through investment or other circumstances, there is plenty to take in with landlord news today. From legislation, tax and law to private, residential and student landlord news, owners charging rent for rooms in their property must ensure they keep up to date.