We often hear about British landlords coming head-to-head with overseas-based investors who are looking for a slice of the lucrative British buy-to-let market.
Property and technology are businesses that you might not think of as working particularly well together. But that hasn’t stopped a few pioneering firms looking to shake up the property industry.
You’ll often hear property experts say that an investment property needs a different approach to buying a home to live in.
New buy-to-let lending rules will be introduced from September, so what should landlords keep in mind ahead of the crackdown?
Many landlords may believe they’re doing a good job looking after tenants, but new research by Goodlord suggests that some tenants do not feel the same way.
Landlords have faced some tough new rules in recent years, and the latest surprise announcement by the government is unlikely to make things easier.
Most UK landlords are required to put deposits from their tenants in government-approved tenancy deposit protection schemes. Here’s what landlords need to know about deposit protection.
Buy-to-let landlords could lose up to £1,000 a year if they decide to purchase through a limited company, a new study has found.
Rusholme and surrounding neighbourhoods could be the best area for buy-to-let investment in Manchester.
Are you thinking of becoming a landlord? Whether you’re looking to invest in just one property or build a portfolio, it can be hard to know where to begin – or, indeed, whether or not it’s a wise move at all.