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Severe Weather Causes Chaos For Uninsured Landlords


Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Landlords Warned About Perils Of Being Uninsured Following Severe Weather Conditions The recent severe weather conditions may have caused chaos for uninsured PRS landlords, with the terrible conditions causing costly damage to rental properties that will have to be repaired out of potential rental profits. The gale force winds, driving rain, sleet, snow and freezing [...]


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Buy-To-Let Mortgage Boom Continues Due To Tenant Demand


Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Demand For Rental Property Fuelling Buy-To-Let Mortgage Boom  The UK buy-to-let boom looks set to continue for the foreseeable future as economists and estate agencies predict increased demand from over 1 Million more tenants, who will be looking for homes in the UK’s private rented sector over the next five years. The expected tenant requirements [...]


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Inspect Properties Regularly To Avoid Cannabis Farms


Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Cannabis Farm Warning For UK PRS Landlords Thousands of private rental sector properties in the UK are being used as cannabis farms and landlords are being warned to conduct regular property inspections to avoid becoming unwitting victims of drug gangs. Figures show that 7,865 cannabis farms were identified across the UK in 2012, up 15% [...]


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Rental Property Income Supplements Landlord Earnings


Thursday, November 7, 2013

  Four in 10 Landlords use rental property to supplement monthly income A new survey by BM solutions and BDRC Continental Landlord Panel has found that 43% of UK private rented sector (PRS) landlords are using rental properties to supplement their employed income. Confidence in the UK Buy-To-Let market is soaring and is almost back [...]


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Landlords Warned To Act Now To Avoid Rent Arrears


Friday, July 27, 2012

Private Rental Sector landlords are urged to act now to secure the tenant’s rental payments or prepare for the worst this year as tenant default rates have already increased by 8%, in the second quarter of 2012, and are still rising. The number of private sector tenancies in severe rent arrears climbed by over 7,000 [...]


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