UK landlords set to sell property due to punitive legislation, making life harder for tenants via rent hikes and lack of availability.
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.
First rental growth in 9 months for London; the capital leads the way in UK wide increases.
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.