Welcome to my first Landlords’ Barometer following the release of the Housing White Paper. Here is some of our latest content:
Industry stake-holders including the RLA and NALS give their reactions to the Housing White Paper and landlords also share their views.
With the rise in institutional investment and with increased Government support of the Build to Rent sector, I asked the BPF if there is still a place for the small private landlord in the future of the PRS.
It is believed that around one in ten buy-to-let homes will be un-lettable next year unless landlords take steps to improve their properties’ energy efficiency.
New laws that take effect in 2018 will make it an offence to let out properties with the worst energy efficiency ratings. I discuss these threats with John Stewart of the Residential Landlords Association.
In association with Bamboo Auctions and Rental Income Tax Advisors, Property Tribes has produced this guide for landlords on how to survive Section 24 tax changes.
Find out the three major challenges coming down the pipe that may force landlords to sell up.
The hive mind of landlords works out if this might be possible and which would be the best strategy to achieve it.
Want to have your say on Government PRS policies, such as the lettings fees ban? Then go and meet housing minister Gavin Barwell on his UK tour!