Portfolio landlords will remain

Findings from Zero Deposit show that despite various legislative changes under the Conservative government, 82% of landlords have kept their buy to let portfolio unchanged. Key Findings from Zero Deposit Research: Stable Buy-to-Let Portfolios: 82% Stability: Despite...

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Holiday Lets seem to be diminishing

Analysis of the UK Short-Term Rental Market by lettings and estate agent Benham and Reeves looked at key market metrics across popular holiday destinations: Market Overview: Increase in Listings: There is a noticeable rise in short-term rental listings across the UK,...

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Berkeley Homes to add BTR

Analysis of Berkeley Group's New Strategy and Market Context The FT has just reported that Berkley Homes is moving into Buy To Rent (BTR). The article can be seen here, and says: Shift to Build to Rent (BTR): Strategy Announcement: Berkeley Group plans to build and...

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Which? call for investigation into EPCs

The consumer group Which? has called for an overhaul of the energy performance certificates (EPC) system after an investigation found assessments riddled with inaccuracies and unhelpful advice that could cost homeowners thousands of pounds. The investigation, which...

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Nationwide’s latest report

Figures from Nationwide showed house prices were largely unchanged in June following a bumper performance in May. According to Nationwide’s house price index, house prices were flat in June, dipping just £21 from May’s high to £375,110. Prices sparked 0.8% in May....

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Industry reacts to Housing Policies

The UK's three major political parties have each proposed distinct strategies to tackle the country's housing shortage and facilitate homeownership. Here's a detailed breakdown of their pledges and approaches: Conservative Party Pledge: Deliver 1.6 million homes over...

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