While most landlords pride themselves on playing a responsible role in the housing market, they can be occasionally be portrayed to the contrary.
Landlords would be forgiven for recoiling in horror at calls for an end to Section 21 notices.
Last year we revealed that a third of Brits wouldn’t let a tradesperson use their toilet or offer them a drink. Now, research suggests the public’s suspicion is targeted at some trades more than others.
Theresa May’s cabinet reshuffle could spell changes for landlords, as a new housing minister is appointed.
Lots of Brits are making the move to freelancing. While the choice comes with amazing freedom, you may also have headaches you don’t find in traditional employment.
The UK Home Secretary has announced the launch of a new ‘start-up visa’ for people who want to move to the UK to start a business.
The government and business leaders must take concrete steps to improve the lives of the UK’s self-employed.
Worrying about theft of tools and vehicles is second nature for many tradesmen, given how tool theft is still on the rise in the UK. And when tools are stolen, there is often very little the police can do if the thieves are particularly canny.
Nearly 70 per cent of small business owners feel that recent and upcoming tax changes are going to have a negative impact on their businesses, according to a new poll.
When you start letting out your property to tenants, there’s an element of trust involved. Although you’re protected by tenancy agreements and deposits, problem tenants can cause a serious headache.