The Tenant Fees Act 2019 (Act) has recently been enacted and is due to come into full force on 1st June 2019. The key provisions of the Act restrict the kinds of payments that landlords and letting agents can require and prohibit certain arrangements in connection with the letting of housing in England.
Figures that appear to show Londoners are significantly better off than people in other parts of Britain don’t tell the whole story
Legal & General’s plans to develop the Longley Industrial Estate into Brighton’s first Build To Rent (BTR) scheme have been approved. Legal & General now has eleven schemes in operation or development across the UK, delivering 3,700 homes for elective renters.
A new concept in high quality, rapid build, modular, low energy homes could be built over a car park in Bristol as the evolution of this type of housing gains popularity in the UK.
A London home owner has won his legal case against a chartered surveyor who failed to identify Japanese knotweed growing in the garden of his property during a residential survey.
Nottingham has seen the largest uplift in residential rents since the UK voted to leave the European Union in 2016 while London recorded the biggest fall, new research shows.
Leeds property consultancy Gent Visick has negotiated the UK’s biggest ever industrial sale and leaseback transaction after advising retail giant Sports Direct on the sale of its 1.8m sq ft headquarters and distribution centre at Shirebrook in Derbyshire.
London homebuyers are getting the biggest discounts in at least six years
The number of sales agreed by estate agents in April reached their highest level since October 2018 with sales to first time buyers rising, the latest industry data shows.
The non-corporate property sector experienced the fastest decline in high street locations last year.
Young people are being forced into smaller rented homes because of the cost and again if they buy due to the high price of property in the UK, new research shows.
Five communities will receive a share of £3.7m of funding to fast-track the specialist survey work and planning works necessary for each new town’s development.
Over a third of British people admit they could have done more research into the cost of moving home, according to a new report which reveals that they need to budget an extra £2,000 or risk facing extra costs.
Property prices in south east London are set to rise faster than much of Greater London thanks to significant regeneration throughout the area, a new market research report suggests.
Britain’s housing market has shown signs of a rebound after figures revealed banks and building societies approved the largest number of mortgages for more than two years last month.
The days of students renting dingy cramped digs are coming to an end as investment in Purpose Built Student Accommodation soars.
Buying a home in a market town in England comes with an average price premium of almost £31,000, according to the latest research.
Landlords are being urged to consider low carbon property upgrades that can deliver better outcomes for tenants with a new study suggesting they can be done cost effectively.
The amount of land planted to vines has jumped by 690ha over the past year, making the UK one of the fastest expanding wine regions in the world.
Across Scotland, on average, properties are selling for £4,000 more than their asking price, with the price for sale increasing across much of the country.
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