Labour’s PRS Rent Control And Tenure Plans Under Attack
Labour’s manifesto confirms their plan to introduce 3 year tenancies and a ceiling on excessive rent rises in the UK’s private rental sector (PRS).
Previous Government’s have tried introducing rent controls and the result discouraged the building of new homes as well as reducing more financial […]
Conservatives Want Tenants To Have Right To Buy Housing Association Properties
With the UK’s General Election called on the 7th May 2015 it is almost time to decide which of the political parties you will vote for.
Election campaigning usually sees a raft of ill thought out policy ideas being spouted by politicians in an attempt to […]
PRS Tenants Could Be Hit With Rent Increases
Despite Falling Inflation
The increase in demand for rental properties in the UK’s private rental sector (PRS) from would-be tenants could drive local rental prices through the roof in some parts of the country according to a new report published by the Association of Residential Letting […]
RLA Think Tenant Sub-letting Will Be Catastrophic For Landlords
Following on from last week’s pre-election budget delivered by Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne MP, landlord organisations and their landlord members are expressing grave concerns over the Government’s plans to allow private rented sector tenants to begin sub letting their rental properties.
How Landlords Are Affected By 2015 Pre-Election Budget
During the pre-election budget last week, Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne MP announced some significant changes that could have a detrimental impact on landlords the UK’s private rental sector (PRS) and residential property owners.
Below are the highlights of the pre-election budget that are of relevance […]
PRS Landlords Victory On Selective Licensing By Local Authorities
Government Housing Minister, Brandon Lewis MP (pictured right), has announced that the selective licensing of private rental sector (PRS) landlords by Local Authorities will require Government approval from 1st April 2015, if they plan to license a large geographical area within borough or city boundaries.
Political Housing Policies Could Have A
Major Impact On Landlords
The May 2015 General Election could have a major impact on the UK’s private rental sector (PRS), with each political party promising something different for the reform of the UK housing market and the private rental sector.
Each political party has their own propaganda […]
Property Optimism Falls To Lowest Level For 18 Months
UK property price optimism among private rental sector landlords and residential property owners has dropped to the lowest recorded level for 18 months after buy to let mortgage lending in January was reported to be decidedly sluggish.
Traditionally, the UK property market generally experiences a slow […]
UK Private Rental Sector Landlords Fear Upcoming General Election
With The UK’s next General Election less than 80 days away it is feared by some economists that many UK private rental sector (PRS) landlords will choose not to expand rental property portfolios this year.
Fluctuations in regional property prices and housing legislation changes have already […]
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