Usually opposed organisations have come together to highlight how thousands of tenants are 'falling through gaps' and that system of grants and loans is needed urgently.
The government is being urged to provide emergency financial help to tenants in England who have fallen into arrears due to coronavirus.
Thousands of landlords are trying to avoid renting their properties to benefit claimants, despite a judge ruling a blanket ban was unlawful.
This could mean a potential lost income for a landlord of up to two years amounting to £20,800.
City centres could become "ghost towns" if the prime minister does not do more to encourage workers to go back to the office, the head of the CBI says.
Online retail surge is driving increased demand for warehouses. Rent for logistics property is growing faster than for offices.
A housing association that helps people buy homes through shared ownership has received an almost threefold increase in applications over the past seven weeks.
With prime office blocks lying empty around the world, hotels half-vacant and retailers struggling to stay afloat, the funds are retreating from many of the real estate investments that have long been a mainstay of their strategies.
The Government's decision to ignore its own advice and extend the stay on possession hearings has angered almost the entire private rental sector in one go.
Legal & General Mortgage Club has raised concerns about the widening gap between supply and demand after the lockdown period.
One in four people (25%) plan to buy a home in 2020, with a further 28% saying they are considering a property purchase this year.
Ministers are facing pressure after both Scotland and NI extended their bans recently, and both Shelter and Labour call for an extension.
Berenberg says the 3.5% slide in agent branches listing with Rightmove may accelerate soon as the reality of Covid changes kick-in for the industry.
The pandemic has ‘rewritten the rulebook’ as pent-up demand boosts the market.
The recent decision to scrap a bill to introduce a rent cap in Scotland demonstrates the difficulty of introducing lettings regulation amid ongoing uncertainty.
Entrepreneur Xu Weiping is building 3-metre square workspaces with a chair, desk, fridge, microwave and fold-down bed, in east London
Newly released research from Direct Line Home Insurance has revealed that properties for sale with a home office now command a premium of £17,500.
Yesterday’s bleak news from the government revealing a 20.4% dip in GDP across the UK came as a hammer blow to the property industry optimists who had hoped for better news from the economy.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak said the government is "grappling with something that is unprecedented" after figures showed the UK economy suffered its biggest slump on record.
RICS's July survey of estate agents reveals a booming sales and lettings market, but nevertheless agents are worried that it won't last.
Official forecasts predict a fall in UK house prices with the economy in recession and jobs being lost.
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