Scottish buy-to-let yields better than England and Wales, as rent continues to rise.
First rental growth in 9 months for London; the capital leads the way in UK wide increases.
Tenants stay for an average of two years in the same rental property, an increase on 2014 figures.
A new survey indicates that a third of UK landlords intend to increase rent in the next 12 months.
Volume of rental properties across the UK up 3.6%, but those available ‘to let’ experiences sharp decline, -9%, in July 2017.
London’s rental market remains popular in Quarter 2 as rental prices drop.
UK landlords set to sell property due to punitive legislation, making life harder for tenants via rent hikes and lack of availability.
Buy-to-let landlords remain confident about letting property, new research reveals
61% of renters blame government for inability to buy. 27% want to buy rental property in cheaper areas to bolster income.
Rental income yields remain steady in the face of landlord fears over return sustainability
A new survey reveals young people do not believe they will be able to afford to climb onto the property ladder.
“It is time for us to reconsider the way we treat private landlords" says Iain Duncan Smith, former Tory leader.
Of 650 MPs, 123 are UK landlords, which has raised concerns of a conflict of interests when voting on housing matters.
What effect has the ‘Right to Rent’ scheme had on the Private Rental Sector immigrant population, and will Article 50 compound the issue?
Mortgage lender Paragon releases Q4 2016 landlord survey and the results show optimism for the buy-to-let sector
From product boom and pension freedoms to tax clampdowns, regulation and everything beyond, read our review of the buy to let market in 2015.
Figures from an industry body show that 2012 saw the highest level of buy to let lending in four years.
ARLA’s survey for the first three months of 2013 has shown that tenant demand for rental property has increased.
Rent Check report shows PRS is still fastest growing part of the housing market in England and Wales.
Global market turbulence, new laws for landlords and top tips for investors – review the key issues affecting landlords in September 2015.
Buy to let customers of the West Bromwich building society may have had a nasty surprise on Monday.
As of the end of the second quarter of 2012 over 100,000 tenants are in severe arrears.
Rents have increased more than is usual for this time of year, according to the LSL index.
Mydeposits, the deposit protection scheme run by the National Landlords Association, will cut its fees on 1 April.
Universal Credit has more than just a fiscal cost. Read about how tenants on benefits are struggling to find homes.
Almost half of BTL mortgage applications are made by landlords wishing to invest in additional properties.
The volume and value of buy to let lending for both new purchases and remortgages have increased.
Moody's rating agency scores UK buy to let mortgage sector strongly.
New research suggests that landlords may risk losing their tenants if they raise rents; however, landlords remain confident that arrears will remain stable.
Spanish government is planning to help BTL landlords and private rental market by allowing significant tax relief.
The chairman of a private equity group has released a report supporting 'build to let' rental properties.
Good performance in the buy to let market and high rental yields make now a good time to invest.
Government plans to invest £200m into the private rented sector.
Halifax’s third annual Generation Rent report highlights continued pessimism among the UK’s young renters, with over one fifth of renters having already given up on the possibility of owning a home.
According to recent figures, rent arrears would potentially leave 40% of landlords unable to pay their mortgage.
Is the latest government scheme to boost mortgage lending hurting the demand for private lettings?
New research has suggested that lender fees can add significantly to the cost of a mortgage.
Experts predict a buy to let ‘boom’ in 2013, with the South East seeing an increase in investments.
We look at the rental market at the end of 2012 and briefly examine the tenure data from the 2011 census.