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Report Shows Healthy Rental Sector 10-10-2012
A report into the UK rental market by global real estate firm Jones Lang La Salle has revealed that the private rental sector has grown by 47.9% since 2007. The sub-prime..... Read More

Multi-Million Pound Property Empires Could Face Break-Up 10-10-2012
A case going through the Supreme Court could mean that property empires owned by aristocrats could be bought out by their tenants, both in London and elsewhere. Large are..... Read More

Doubts Over Build to Let 09-10-2012
The recent government-commissioned Montague Report recommended encouraging the development of a ‘build-to-let’ sector in the UK, as exists in much of Europe a..... Read More

Accidental Landlords Vulnerable to Arrears 09-10-2012
The National Landlords Association has warned ‘accidental landlords’ that they need to be wary of tenant arrears. Homeowners who cannot sell their homes but n..... Read More

Landlords Urged to Follow Safety Regulations 08-10-2012
Landlords are being urged by the National Landlords Association (NLA) to make sure that they follow fire safety regulations. Apart from the potential damage to property a..... Read More

Carlisle Housing Stock Boosted 08-10-2012
Empty homes in Carlisle are being turned back into usable homes, thanks to a grant from the Government’s Empty Homes Community Grant Programme and money from the Ho..... Read More

Portugal Increases Property Tax 05-10-2012
The Portuguese government has increased property taxes to meet EU bailout conditions. The country is a favourite destination for British holidaymakers and for homebuyers ..... Read More

Growth in Arrears Slowing 05-10-2012
Rising rents, wage freezes, unemployment and changes to the benefits system have all helped to contribute to rising tenant arrears. The growth in arrears has meant that a..... Read More

Irish Property Facing Long Recovery 04-10-2012
The Irish property market will not recover for over 20 years, the Central Bank of Ireland has warned. The bank compared economic downturns that have taken place over the ..... Read More

Complaints about Landlords Rise 04-10-2012
Complaints made to local authorities about landlords are on the rise. The number of complaints has risen by over a quarter – 27% – in the last three years. Ho..... Read More

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