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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.

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?

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

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

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...

Renters, landlords and homeowners – do you know your rights?

New and updated online guides for landlords, leaseholders and renters have been published by the government today to try and raise awareness of rights in the housing sector.

London, UK -April 10th 2016: Commercial real estate rental signs attached to the wall of apartments To Let in the Camden, Mansfield Road NW3

The government acts to end letting fees in England

The Tenant Fees Bill will end costly letting fees with the aim of saving tenants money and making the market more transparent and fair

Damp on living room wall

One in three older private renters living in unsuitable housing

Despite older private renters being more likely to report cold and damp, one third felt their accommodation wasn’t suitable for their needs.

Rogue landlords risk banning orders from April 2018

Which? looks at a new database for rogue landlords that comes into force next April, and explains the different ways investors can fall foul.

Buy-to-let yields drop in 2017 despite rising rents

Which? looks at new research which shows that while rent prices around the UK are increasing, landlords are struggling to achieve high yields.

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