Tagged: tenants

Millions give up on homeownership for good

Millions give up on homeownership for good

A “lost generation” of more than four million adults have given up on the idea that they will ever own a home. Only one in seven adults not currently on the property ladder believe...




Landlords looking to increase property portfolios

Landlords looking to increase property portfolios

A third of landlords are looking to expand their rental portfolios in the next 12 months, the latest BM Solutions / BDRC Continental Landlord Panel research reveals. The intent by landlords to add to...




Sharp growth in number of thirtysomething tenants

Sharp growth in number of thirtysomething tenants

The lack of opportunities for first-time buyers is trapping a greater number of older tenants in the private rental sector, research from Countrywide has found. The property giant said the number of over-30s living...




New agent-owned portal moves step closer to ‘implementation’

New agent-owned portal moves step closer to ‘implementation’

With more than 500 estate agents now on board and over £6 million already pledged to create their own online presence, Agents’ Mutual claims to finally be ready to take on the property website...




Top tips for letting to benefits tenants

Top tips for letting to benefits tenants

Following speculation that buy-to-let landlords could shun tenants on benefits after the introduction of the universal credit scheme George Spencer, chief executive officer of online lettings service Rentify, offers advice to landlords.




Buy-to-let mortgages at cheapest level ever

Buy-to-let mortgages at cheapest level ever

Landlords are enjoying the cheapest buy-to-let mortgages ever as lenders drop rates and fees to grab a bigger share of the market. A report in The Telegraph compared today’s lowest rate of 2.49% fixed for two...




Few UK residential tenants end up losing money from their deposit, survey finds

Few UK residential tenants end up losing money from their deposit, survey finds

Few tenants in the private rented sector in the UK end up having deposit deductions at the end of their tenancy, new research shows. Just 9% have had their landlord or letting agent retain money according...




Landlords Becoming Helpful to Tenants in Competitive Market

Landlords Becoming Helpful to Tenants in Competitive Market

Landlords across the nation are increasingly going the extra mile to help out their tenants as a way to make sure they are happy at a time when the rented sector remains particularly competitive for...




Rental Prices Stabilise to Prove Maturity in the Market

Rental Prices Stabilise to Prove Maturity in the Market

Landlords across the UK witnessed impressive increases in what they were able to bring in through rental income throughout 2013, but growth levels were far slower than they were a year before, the latest report...




National rental prices up across the UK, latest index shows

National rental prices up across the UK, latest index shows

National monthly rents in the UK increased 8% annually in December to £763, in spite of a seasonal dip of 2% on month, the latest rental index shows. The data from Sequence also shows...