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Renters in Scotland and Wales offered financial support as Covid-19 eviction bans end

Renters in Scotland and Wales offered financial support as Covid-19 eviction bans end

Which? explains how new support measures for tenants in Scotland and Wales will work, as eviction bans come to an end.

Renting vs buying: is now a good time to buy your first home or should you wait until 2022?

Renting vs buying: is now a good time to buy your first home or should you wait until 2022?

Which? analyses a new report which shows renters are £71 a month better off than buyers, including advice on house prices and the costs of buying a home.

Is it cheaper to own or rent a home?

Is it cheaper to own or rent a home?

Which? analyses new research that shows the gap in cost between buying a home and renting one, including advice on house prices, deposits and mortgages.

Coronavirus and renting: what do the latest rules mean for my rights as a tenant?

Coronavirus and renting: what do the latest rules mean for my rights as a tenant?

Which? explains the latest news for tenants during the COVID-19 outbreak, including eviction bans in high-alert areas and over the festive period.

Coronavirus and renting: what does it mean for my rights as a tenant?

Coronavirus and renting: what does it mean for my rights as a tenant?

The government has relaxed eviction rules and told landlords they must be flexible to help keep tenants in their homes during the coronavirus outbreak. The new Coronavirus Act 2020 says...

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

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.

Is student housing too expensive?

Is student housing too expensive?

The average price of student housing has increased by almost a third over the last six years - find out how much it costs to be a student.

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Fresher pressure: how soon should you start looking for student housing?

Fresher pressure: how soon should you start looking for student housing?

More than a quarter of first-year students start looking for student housing within a matter of weeks of starting their new course.

What do tenants want? How to make your buy-to-let property more appealing

What do tenants want? How to make your buy-to-let property more appealing

Which? looks at new research into what tenants are looking for from a rented home, and offers advice on how you can attract tenants to your property.

How renters get a raw deal

How renters get a raw deal

A Which? undercover investigation has revealed that renters are being let down by letting agents. Tenants on property viewings were faced with properties plagued by damp and a lack of...

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