Landlord News

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Selective Licensing Schemes to be Extended in Burnley

Councillors in Burnley are expected to extend the existing selective licensing schemes in Trinity, Gannow and Queensgate, as well as …

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Landlords Face Legal Risks when Taking on Energy Provider Role

Landlords and property developers, who are increasingly taking on the role of energy providers as part of packaged services for …

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Landlords Using Section 21 Instead of Section 8, Survey Shows

Landlords are using Section 21 notices, instead of Section 8, due to a lack of confidence in the court system, …

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Rental Returns in PCL Negative, but still Outperforming other Assets

Rental returns in prime central London were negative in January 2019, but property continues to outperform other asset classes, according …

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Number of London Landlords Leaving the Market Double the National Average

The number of London landlords leaving the buy-to-let market is double the national average, according to figures from ARLA Propertymark …

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Most Landlords Don’t Use Letting Agents to Manage their Properties

The majority of landlords in England don’t use letting agents to manage their rental properties, according to the latest English …

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Why must I keep up to date with latest landlord news? It is vitally important for you to stay on top of the latest landlord news if you are to make your letting a profitable one. Whatever your reason for becoming a property landlord, whether it be through investment or other circumstances, there is plenty to take in with landlord news today. From legislation, tax and law to private, residential and student landlord news, owners charging rent for rooms in their property must ensure they keep up to date.