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Homeowner Possessions at Lowest Level since 1980

Homeowner possessions in 2018 dropped to the lowest level seen since 1980, according to the latest Mortgage Arrears and Possessions …

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Landlords being Persecuted under Licensing Schemes, Solicitor Claims

A leading solicitor has criticised Liverpool City Council’s decision to hold a public consultation into reviewing its landlord licensing scheme …

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Growth in Private Sector Rents has Slowed since 2016

Private sector rents paid by tenants in the UK increased by an average of 1.0% in the 12 months to …

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Further Weaknesses Expected in the Housing Market over the Short-Term

Further weaknesses are expected in the UK housing market over the short-term, according to responses to the January 2019 UK …

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Rents are Falling as a Proportion of Tenants’ Income, RLA Insists

The proportion of tenants’ income spent on rent in the private rental sector has dropped from an average of 35.4% …

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Landlords to be Sued for Substandard Conditions in their Properties

From 20th March 2019, the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018 will make landlords more accountable than ever before for conditions in …

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