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    Parliamentary questions affecting landlords

    Lord Beecham of Labour has tabled the below parliamentary questions that affect landlords.Two very important questions will be asked.The days of ... read more

    *BTL mortgages and PRA regulations

    Property Tribes Mortgages (PTM) - buy-to-let update 2016 has been a year of seemingly unrelenting change for the buy-to-let market which is likely to continue into 2017 ... read more

    Home Counties enjoy "hotspot" status

    The Home Counties are leading the way when it comes to property hotspots.Brentwood in Essex topped the list according to recent analysis of Land Registry data.House ... read more

    Section 24 -What would you do in my position?

    We have 35 properties in our own names split between 3 family members, split several different ways, all low value, circa £60k each and mortgaged to about 75%. ... read more

    "Extraordinary attack on landlords" comment

    House builder Berkeley Group has bolstered profits by a third despite challenging market conditions. The group, which is focused on London and the south-east, ... read more

    Landlord of 29 years faces up to Section 24

    Denise Naylor is a sole trader landlord of 29 years.  Like many other property investors, she has a career and other business interests, and Section 24 has ... read more

    Fines as N. I. agents hit over TDP failure

    A letting agent has been hit by fines totalling £15,000 following successful prosecutions for failing to protect tenancy deposits, according to information from ... read more