Tenant News

There are now more private sector tenants in the UK than ever before. If you are one of this record number, let us keep you updated with all the latest tenant news and goings-on in your market!

SafeDeposits Scotland

SafeDeposits Scotland celebrates customer service accolade

Recognised for its exceptional levels of service, SafeDeposits Scotland has been awarded an accolade for the work it has done …

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London high street

London high street tenants are paying above average rent prices, says Spotahome

Tenants are paying above the average rent price for London to live closer to a high street, research from Spotahome …

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Interest-free hardship loan announced for Scottish tenants affected by COVID-19

The Scottish Government has developed an interest-free hardship loan scheme to support tenants needing to pay off rent arrears caused …

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Rent arrears resolution service

Rent arrears resolution service launched by SafeDeposits Scotland

A new service designed to help tenants and landlords experiencing rent arrears as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has …

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Westminster launches online HMO checker

Westminster launches online HMO checker to help combat rogue landlords

Westminster City Council has launched an online tool to check that HMOs are licensed to help raise standards in the …

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eviction ban

NRLA tenant survey dispels fears of evictions surge

87% of private tenants have paid their rent as normal throughout the pandemic, according to independent polling from the National …

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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.