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Landlords call for the creation of a dedicated housing court to mediate rental disputes
Landlords are calling for establishment of a properly funded and dedicated housing court to speed up the backlog of cases.…
Is an interest-only mortgage suitable at my age?
One of our experts answers a reader's question.
Buy to let: is it still worth it?
Pensions versus investing in property is an age-old dilemma for those facing retirement, but as the government clamps downs on…
Best mortgage deals for buy-to-let investors
If you're looking to invest, or rearrange a mortgage on a buy-to-let property, how do you pick the right deal for your…
The UK's buy-to-let hotspots revealed: student living tops the tables
Despite landlords being hit with a raft of regulations in the past few years there are still plenty of opportunities for…
Rogue landlords let off the hook after councils fail to prosecute
Most local authorities are failing to prosecute rogue landlords, despite being handed new powers to do so, new figures suggest…
MPs blast banks for restrictions on buy-to-let mortgage lending which discriminates against tenants on benefits
MPs have criticised banks for restrictions on mortgage lending to landlords which discriminate against tenants claiming…
Are you a 'pension pot' landlord or an 'accidental' landlord? Nearly half of buy to let owners use property to fund retirement
Nearly half of buy to let (BTL) homeowners are ‘pension pot landlords’ according to estate agent Your Move.A pension…
Exit of 'amateur' landlords could boost private pension pots by £28bn
With one in five (19%) amateur buy-to-let landlords planning to sell up in the next five years, as much as £28 billion could…
Money makeover: “How can we prepare as a family for the next stage of life?”
We help a couple think about the best options for when their children leave home and they look towards retirement