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Sharp decline in the number of homes for rent 18/08/2017

There has been a significant drop in the number of homes available to rent over the past 12 month, according to new figures released today.

Across the UK the new listings ‘to let’ last month sat at -9%, marking the largest decline for July since 2013....

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Sharp decline in the number of homes for rent
House price growth in Scotland outperforming England and Wales 18/08/2017

House prices in Scotland increased by an average of 0.5% in June to reach an average of £175,941, according to the latest Your Move Scotland House Price Index.

The latest price hike north of the border takes annual growth to 4....

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House price growth in Scotland outperforming England and Wales
Top 5 tips holiday home landlords should take to ensure a fruitful summer 18/08/2017

With the number of Brits enjoying a staycation this summer expected to be almost a quarter (23.8%) higher than in 2016, with many citing the poor exchange rate as their reason for staying on home soil, it’s never been more important for owners of UK holiday homes to ensure their property is in prime condition....

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Top 5 tips holiday home landlords should take to ensure a fruitful summer
Edgbaston land deal for major Built to Rent scheme 18/08/2017

Plans have been unveiled for a development of 375 new Build to Rent (BTR) homes, as part of the proposed redevelopment of four acres of land around Edgbaston cricket ground in Birmingham, subject to planning and local consents.

International property investment group PATRIZIA UK and the Homes & Communities Agency want to develop the Build to Rent (BTR) homes as well as new shopping a...

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Edgbaston land deal for major Built to Rent scheme
Landlords first to be fined under new licensing scheme 18/08/2017

Four landlords in Peterborough have become the first to have been fined for not holding a licence under a new city council scheme.

Last week, Shazia Parveen of Norton Road, Peterborough, was fined £440 and ordered her to pay a victim surcharge of £44 plus the council’s costs,...

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Landlords first to be fined under new licensing scheme
Property auction calendar – 21st-27th August 18/08/2017

Property auctions are a good place for investors to pick up a bargain, and every week these events are taking place at venues across the UK, offering a wide range of properties for sale.

Here are details of the property auctions taking place next week....

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Property auction calendar – 21st-27th August
Property sales and prices are falling in Canada 18/08/2017

Canada’s property market continues to run out of steam, with the latest data from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) revealing that transactions fell by 11.9% and values by 0.3% year-on-year in July compared with a month earlier....

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Property sales and prices are falling in Canada
Families and professionals ‘most likely to experience rent rises’ 17/08/2017

Rents are likely to rise in the third quarter of year as fewer rental homes come on to the market because more landlords are beginning to sell their properties as a consequence of recent tax changes affecting the PRS, with families and professionals expected to be hardest hit by rent hikes,...

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Families and professionals ‘most likely to experience rent rises’
Planning review proposals ‘offers a distinct overall lack of detail’ 17/08/2017

Taking into account the wide range of views expressed to the proposals set out in the ‘places, people and planning’ consultation, the Scottish government published a ‘position statement’ at the end of June which sets out changes they are considering taking forward as part of its reform of the country’s planning system....

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Planning review proposals ‘offers a distinct overall lack of detail’
Paying rent ‘in full and on time’ should boost a tenant’s credit score, says RLA 17/08/2017

Private tenants who pay their rent on time should see their credit rating boosted in order to make it easier for them to gain a foot on the housing ladder.

That is the call being made following a survey of almost 3,000 buy-to-let landlords carried out by the Residential Landlords Association (RLA),...

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Paying rent ‘in full and on time’ should boost a tenant’s credit score, says RLA
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