News & Updates


Leicester has been named as the UK's rental hotspot for 2014. According to HomeLet, the East Midlands city saw the greatest growth in rental prices over the course of last year. It found the average rent in Leicester grew 45 per cent in 12 months, rising from £421 to £611. 
The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) has revealed its opposition to the introduction of rent controls. In a statement issued to FT Advisor, the organisation discussed the issue in response to plans that have been put forward by the Scottish National Party (SNP) in a consultation on the introduction of a new tenancy system. 
The total value of private rented sector (PRS) housing in the UK has exceeded £1 trillion for the first time. 
IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR LANDLORDS IN WALES, CHESHIRE, SHROPSHIRE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE AND HEREFORD!!!
The Tenancies Reform Bill, presented by Liberal Democrat MP Sarah Teather, aimed at preventing "revenge evictions", has failed to secure a sufficient number of votes to pass in Parliament. The Bill to protect tenants from retaliatory eviction failed after two Tory MPs, Philip Davies and Christopher Chope, "talked it out" of the House of Commons, effectively "throwing renters to the wolves",...
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