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'Open house' viewings increase

An alleged ‘super bubble’ across London and the South-East has led to estate agents resorting to drastic measures in order to feed the demand for

Expats invest in UK property

A trend is developing in which British expats are buying UK property as a future investment, according to a report from Lloyds Bank.  Expats from the

Redress schemes to become compulsory

The Government has approved three compulsory redress schemes in the buy-to-let sector, which will enable the independent investigation of complaints.The three schemes, known as The

Poor student homes leads to rise in new accommodation

Poor quality student accommodation has led to a rise in new developments, after one in four current student homes were found to be infested with

Lender acts to stop buy-to-let 'gaming'

One of the largest buy-to-let lenders has scrapped plans to lend to first time buyers after a mere month due to investors ‘gaming’ buy-to-let by

Landlord fined £10,000 for 'filthy' house

A rogue landlord was forced to pay over £10,000 after endangering tenants by providing an overcrowded and filthy property with insufficient fire safety precautions. Amartjit Singh

Remortgage time for landlords

Potential increases in interest rates are encouraging landlords to remortgage rather than expand their portfolios, according to research undertaken by Mortgages for Business.  Mark Carney, Governor

Eviction costs to soar

Landlords have always felt that the cost to get rid of the bad tenant was expensive, particularly when often allied to rent arrears and little

Landlords optimistic for the future

The prolific availability of buy-to-let mortgages has left landlords optimistic in regards to expanding their portfolios. A survey by Paragon Mortgages found that 44 per cent

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