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Landlord Today

2 years ago

Landlords aim to exceed tenant expectations

With growing competition to attract the best tenants, more landlords are now going out of their way to provide an enhanced tenant experience and improve the quality of rental stock on offer, new research shows.

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Landlord Today

2 years ago

Buy-to-let boom fuels house sales surge

There was a 10% increase in the number of residential property transactions in the first quarter of the year compared with the previous quarter, fuelled largely by a rise in the number of landlords acquiring property ahead of stamp duty reforms for b

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Landlord Today

2 years ago

Abandoned properties a 'common' problem for landlords

Have you ever had a tenant move out of a property that you own before the tenancy has ended, without informing you? If you answer no to that question, than consider yourself fortunate, because new data from the National Landlords Association (NLA) shows t

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Landlord Today

2 years ago

Stamp duty surcharge won't dampen buy-to-let market

There was enormous appetite among buy-to-let investors to purchase property before the stamp duty surcharge on second homes was introduced on 1 April, as reflected by the unusually buoyant activity witnessed in the first quarter of the year

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Landlord Today

2 years ago

Average tenancy is now 18 months

Tenants are now adopting a more short-term view on renting property, reflected in the average assured shorthold tenancy length which is now just 18 months, according to fresh research by landlord insurance provider Direct Line for Business.

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Landlord Today

2 years ago

Repossessions fall to record low

Just 600 buy-to-let properties were repossessed in the first quarter of 2016, contributing to the lowest ever number of mortgages ending in repossession, according to data provided by the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).

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Landlord Today

2 years ago

Buy-to-let valuation instructions plummet

There was a significant drop in the volume of buy-to-let valuation instructions recorded last month following the introduction of higher stamp duty charges that came into effect on 1 April 2016 for anyone buying a buy-to-let property or second home.

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