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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.

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

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

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.

As rents rise, how should landlords decide what to charge on their buy-to-let?

Rents are on the rise in England and Wales, with a third of lettings agents reporting increases in June this year. But as a private landlord, how do you decide...

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