Tenant News

There are now more private sector tenants in the UK than ever before. If you are one of this record number, let us keep you updated with all the latest tenant news and goings-on in your market!

Investment Properties in Scotland are looking Desirable for English Landlords

Are Build to Rent Homes the Answer for Older Tenants?

The number of older people and retirees moving into rented accommodation has soared over the last few years. Between 2013 …

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Seven in Ten Tenants Think that Deposit-Free Renting is a Good Idea

Seven in ten prospective tenants registered with MovingSoon.co.uk believe that deposit-free renting is a good idea. The survey, conducted by …

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Renters Lose £80 million per year to Deposit System

Renters Lose £80m per year to Deposit System

Private renters in England and Wales are missing out on £80 million each year in interest on their tenancy deposits, …

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Universal Credit could Cause up to 1.3m Tenant Evictions, MP Warns

Universal Credit, the Government’s new welfare system, could cause up to 1.3m tenant evictions from private rental homes, the Liberal …

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Tenants More Concerned with Price and Location than Gyms and Cinemas

Communal gyms and cinema rooms may be the fashionable extras being used to entice renters to developments these days, but …

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Rent Controls Proposed by Scottish Labour Leader

The Scottish Labour Party Leader, Richard Leonard, has revealed plans to implement rent controls and limit the power of private …

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Being a rental property tenant in Britain is now more common than ever, with almost one in five UK housing market inhabitants in this demographic. As a result, there is more onus than ever on UK tenants to understand their responsibilities, knowing that demand is outstripping supply! Why is keeping up with tenant news important? Tenant news is extremely important for the millions of UK renters currently residing in rental accommodation, not only for them to keep up to date, but also to see if their landlord is acting within the law. By keeping abreast of the situation, you will not only be able to act lawfully, but will also understand the bigger picture of the rental sector.