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  • Election 2017: The Conservative manifesto on housing
    Posted on 31 May 2017 |

    With a general election scheduled for 8th June, the political parties have been publishing their manifestos and they’ve all announced policies on housing which could have a big impact on the private rental sector. In the first in a series of articles on the main parties’ election manifestos, we’ll take a look at what the Conservative Party are planning for the housing sector and how landlords and housing experts are responding to it.
  • Tenants Having To Move As Landlords Sell Up Due To Section 24
    Posted on 25 May 2017 |

    There seems to be evidence that landlords are selling their properties as their profits start to drop. April saw the phasing out of mortgage relief.
  • Tax Hikes Are Forcing More Landlords To Abandon Buy-To-Let Sector
    Posted on 23 May 2017 |

    More and more landlords are abandoning the buy-to-let sector due to tax changes. According to the trade body ARLA Propertymark, an average of four landlords per branch of letting agents sold up in March, an increase of three from the previous month.
  • Section 24: Changes To Mortgage Interest Relief And How It Will Affect You
    Posted on 22 May 2017 |

    There has been plenty of publicity, objecting and debate surrounding the new section 24 law that was brought in from April 2017. Many have called it “the most thoughtless and destructive piece of legislation ever applied to the private rented sector”. This is a massive complication to countless landlords and one of the major changes seen by the buy-to-let sector – ever!
  • 66% of Landlords Unaware Of New Energy Efficiency Rules
    Posted on 8 May 2017 |

    Research has shown that 66% of buy-to-let landlords are unaware of the new MEES (Minimum Energy Efficient Standards) coming into force in April 2018.

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