Some major players in the property market are helping to prevent discrimination against housing benefit tenants.
If you’re hoping to maximise your rental returns, it’s worth making sure you have a property that’s attractive to tenants.
Some of the latest mortgage products for landlords are aimed at those with a deposit of just 15 per cent – but is this deal too good to be true?
The Fitness for Human Habitation Act gives tenants powers to take legal action against landlords for failing to adequately maintain a property.
Landlords remain committed despite all the regulatory and tax changes that have taken place, new figures suggest.
Almost a third of tenants are now in their later thirties and forties, it has been revealed.
While the majority of taxpayers filed their 2017-18 Self Assessment return on time, 731,186 didn’t – running the risk of receiving a £100 late filing penalty.
Landlords face tough financial penalties if they fail to comply with new electrical safety laws.
The mortgage landscape for landlords is changing, with plenty of new offers that include the launch of a new one-year fixed-rate deal.
Almost nine out of 10 landlords say they continue to make a profit despite the harsh regulatory changes they’ve experienced.