How is extended mandatory licensing going to impact HMO landlords?
After years of flinging legislation at the PRS, there is finally a raft of legislative changes that landlords can welcome with open arms.
Fines for health and safety violations are pocket change to some landlords. And tenants are dying as a result.
Data protection legislation is changing. While you probably won’t get publicly lambasted to quite the same extent as Facebook for breaking the rules, here’s what you need to know so you don’t get into hot water.
It's now illegal to let homes with an EPC rating below 'D' It's not too late to improve
There's a new ‘MOT-style’ approach to annual gas inspections coming into force from 6th April.
Refusing to accept DSS recipients is sex discrimination. This could be the end for private landlords
Landlords and letting agents who flout the law could soon find themselves on a national database of rogues.
The UK's squatting laws are simple and easy to understand - Use them to your advantage...
The Rent Act (1965): New Labour and the Rent Officer Service