Usually opposed organisations have come together to highlight how thousands of tenants are 'falling through gaps' and that system of grants and loans is needed urgently.
Median rent was highest in London – at £1,425 a month – according to ONS data
Thinktank wants three-month suspension during Covid-19 pandemic to protect financially vulnerable
Tenants will continue to face a rental supply crisis as the Chancellor's Budget has today failed to boost the supply of privately rented homes.
More tenants are seeking housing but supply fell to its lowest level in seven months in January, ARLA Propertymark’s January PRS report has found.
Private rental giant Grainger has agreed to acquire a 348-home PRS scheme in Nottingham for £55.6 million.
The number of landlords operating in the UK fell to a seven-year low of 2.66 million in 2019.
Hamptons International’s monthly lettings index found that the landlord count peaked in 2017 – last year there were 8% fewer than two years before.
Analysis by Savills for the British Property Federation (BPF) found that the number of ‘build-to-rent’ (BTR) homes has hugely increased.
The government funding is part of a major drive to kick dodgy landlords out of the private rented sector and follows £2 million initial funding earlier this year.
Landlords are warning of a rented housing supply crisis in the UK as a new survey shows more landlords are selling properties than buying whilst demand continues to increase.
Government proposals to reform the way landlords can repossess properties will not work and threatens the supply of homes for rent, it is claimed.
The private rented sector (PRS) could shrink by 20% if Section 21 ‘no-fault’ evictions are abolished, according to a new economic analysis report.
Landlords in the private rented sector who commit to providing affordable housing should be given the same financial support as housing associations to improve the energy efficiency of their properties, it is suggested.
Government intervention and Brexit uncertainty has subdued the growth of the private rented sector (PRS) in Britain which has expanded by just 0.2% a year with 5.4 million properties, according to a new analysis.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says he wants to shift power away from landlords including more taxes and 'below market value' right to buy scheme.
The private rented sector (PRS) plays a vital role in the UK’s housing market, having doubled in numbers of households in the last 20 years but continued Government ‘interference’ is causing problems, according to a new report.
The Housing Health Safety Rating System (HHSRS) used to assess health and safety in residential properties it to be reformed to make it more accessible for landlords and tenants.
Smaller landlords have been increasingly disincentivised by recent tax and regulatory changes, with expansion of the Private Rental Sector (PRS) in the UK potentially topping out, a new report suggests.
The properties have been sold on behalf of Manchester Apartments – the property and lettings division of Beech Holdings – to Cedar Tree Investments.
The owner of the Westfield shopping centres empire is making its debut in the London rental homes market, backing a new £670 million development next to its Stratford shopping centre.
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