Tagged: voids

Tax break cuts could force 1 in 5 landlords out of business

Tax break cuts could force 1 in 5 landlords out of business

The Annual Landlord Report, produced by Access Legal has revealed that a fifth of landlords will be out of business in the next two years due to tax break cuts announced by the government....




Increase in residential lets being agreed before tenants move out

Increase in residential lets being agreed before tenants move out

The number of properties being re-let before the existing tenant has moved out is on the increase. New research from Countrywide shows that in the current year 33% of all new lets were agreed...




Void periods continue to fall

Void periods continue to fall

Paragon Mortgages has surveyed a panel of landlord customers for 13 years, and the average void period reported in Q1 2015 – 2.4 weeks – is the lowest since the survey began. In the...




Landlords expect rents to rise and tenant demand to continue but have found it harder to access mortgage finance

Landlords expect rents to rise and tenant demand to continue but have found it harder to access mortgage finance

According to a sentiment survey of more than 1,100 landlords conducted by Your Move and Reeds Rains,  landlords estimate that rents will increase by 1.8% in the next twelve months which is lower than the...




Call for landlords to lobby MPs over nightmare tenants

Call for landlords to lobby MPs over nightmare tenants

The Residential Landlords Association is calling on Landlords to lobby MPs to tell them about nightmare tenants. This is part of a plan to debunk what it calls the myth of revenge evictions. Liberal...




Allegations of ‘revenge eviction’ refuted by ARLA

Allegations of ‘revenge eviction’ refuted by ARLA

The Association of Residential Landlords has detailed the evidence that it provided to MPs who are probing so-called ‘revenge evictions’. In summary, the evidence states that revenge eviction is rare and occurs in only...




Landlords dispute Shelter’s claims regarding revenge evictions

Landlords dispute Shelter’s claims regarding revenge evictions

According to the Residential Landlords Association, the number of private sector tenants evicted has fallen over the past year. According to the most recent English Housing Survey just 7% of tenants that have moved...




Rental demand is growing at the fastest rate in two years

Rental demand is growing at the fastest rate in two years

Research by Countrywide found that demand for rental accommodation across Britain has grown on the back of a housing market which is beginning to show signs of cooling.  This increased demand is being reflected in...