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Landlords: what do tenants want from your buy-to-let property?

With rental income shrinking for the first time in a decade, landlords need to consider what their tenants truly value in a property. Rental income fell by £1.9bn from 2017...

New HMO mortgages launched for buy-to-let landlords: how do they compare?

Which? assesses the mortgage market for landlords letting out houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) as Leeds Building Society launches new deals.

Buy-to-let landlords must join redress scheme or face a £5,000 fine

Which? explains how government plans to introduce a single dispute resolution system could affect landlords.

Is buy-to-let still worthwhile in 2019?

Reports of the death of buy-to-let may be premature, but there’s no hiding the fact that it’s a complicated time to be a landlord. And as we settle in to...

16 things buy-to-let landlords need to know in 2019

From the upcoming letting fees ban to taxation changes, find out everything you need to know as a buy-to-let landlord in 2019.

New tax burden for landlords

The buy-to-let rules that could cost landlords thousands

Which? explains how landlords have received thousands of pounds worth of fines for rule breaches in 2018, and offers advice on how to adhere to key regulations.

Landlords finding it easier to get buy-to-let mortgages

Which? looks at the ways landlords might find it easier to get a buy-to-let mortgage in 2019, from new deals and market trends to affordability criteria.

Revealed: the areas where landlords need a licence for buy-to-let

Which? explains where landlords need licences to rent out their buy-to-let properties, and explains the differences between the three types of landlord licence.

Buy-to-let landlords face energy efficiency bills of £3,500

Which? explains changes to Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) which mean landlords will now need to pay to improve their EPC rating.

Autumn Budget 2018: everything we know so far

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, will reveal what he has planned for the UK’s economy in his last Budget before Brexit on Monday 29 October. We roundup all the speculation.

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