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The landlords hoping to fight Clause 24 in court have flown past another fundraising goal, rebranded their campaign, and announced that they will be holding a landlord summit in June.
Wages for bricklayers have hit £25 per hour in some parts of the UK, according to a new survey of construction recruitment firms.
On 12th May 2016 the Immigration Act was passed, and its measures will come into force in the next few months.
What does the act include, and how will it affect the UK’s landlords?
It’s good news for landlords. Rents are rising - something that will go some way to help property investors who have been hit by a tax crackdown.
Landlords who see their tenants up and leave before the end of a tenancy is something that is probably more common than many would believe.
With so many new pieces of legislation hitting landlords month after month, how does a landlord ensure they are compliant and keep on top of all the regulations?
Leading construction firms have agreed to pay a total of around £75 million to hundreds of workers affected by a secret blacklist.
The EU referendum is looming, and the impact on the UK’s small businesses is top of mind for many.
With the EU referendum just around the corner, we take a look at what this could mean for UK landlords.
With niche lending becoming more and more common, mysteriously buy-to-let stil faces many of the same restrictions.