Fairer alternatives to the upcoming three year minimum tenancy rules have been proposed. But landlords don't seem to be on board
The government's green paper on housing promises a "New Deal" for renters - but will anything really change?
The Prime Minister is cracking down on foreign property speculators with all the force of a filoplume feather duster
ITV's bold expose on affordable housing was timidly one sided and exposed nothing new.
News that HMO licensing will net £79 million is making headlines, but most HMO landlords will barely notice it.
DSS claimants ruin properties and neighbourhoods. It's time to revive the council estate.
One quarter of private rentals are dumps - and landlords need to take responsibility.
Where Fergus Wilson leads, others follow. To criticise him is to be a hypocrite
Fergus Wilson has a new policy of evicting pregnant women and families with kids. We agree with it.
There are bad actors in any industry, and landlords are more honest than most.
A landlord claims that law changes hurt renters. Do you believe him?
"If landlords don't want to provide long term homes for people, they shouldn't be landlords.”
The government's plan for a minimum three year tenancy is pointless. Labour's alternative actually has some teeth.
You might be an ‘accidental landlord’, but if you’re letting out a property with a standard residential mortgage...
If you have a void period, yes, you’re missing out on rental income – but don't forget there are also extra costs that...
How is extended mandatory licensing going to impact HMO landlords?
There are twice as many middle aged renters than a decade ago. Is anyone really surprised?