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The government acts to end letting fees in England

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

One in three older private renters living in unsuitable housing

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

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

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.

Ban on letting agent fees introduced as draft bill

Ban on letting agent fees introduced as draft bill

Which? responds to the government announcing it will bring its proposed letting agent fees ban to parliament in the form of a new draft bill.

Rental revolution: 5 reforms shaking up lettings in Scotland

Rental revolution: 5 reforms shaking up lettings in Scotland

Which? looks at the sweeping changes coming into force in Scotland's rented sector, with tenancy lengths, rent caps and evictions among the key issues.

Could paying rent on time help you get a mortgage?

Could paying rent on time help you get a mortgage?

Which? looks at proposals to include rent payments on credit reports to make it easier for tenants to get a mortgage, as the government debates the matter.

Property agents face scrutiny over ‘unfair’ fees

Property agents face scrutiny over ‘unfair’ fees

Which? explains a new six-week government consultation into unfair practices by managing agents in the leasehold and private rented sectors.

Renters warned over carbon monoxide risk

Renters warned over carbon monoxide risk

Despite a CO alarm being a vital line of defence against carbon monoxide poisoning, a third of UK renters don't have one installed in their home, according to campaign group Carbon Monoxide Be Alarmed.

Renters are paying too much for energy

Renters are paying too much for energy

Renting your home should not stop you switching energy supplier and saving money on gas and electric. Which? launches a dedicated energy comparison tool for tenants.

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