The second reading of the Renters (Reform) Bill in Parliament on 23rd October has highlighted the woes that the UK’s renters are facing, particularly students in the private...
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Recent data from the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities show that 24,260 households served a valid Section 21 notice were due council help in 2022/23.
Bonfire Night has bemused the rest of the world since the sixteen-hundreds. Our annual observation of a failed terrorist attack is revered amongst us Brits as we gleefully trudge out...
The summer heat has finally left the rental market. Following record-breaking rental prices, October's average rents on new tenancies reverted back to levels last seen in May and June,...
Half of UK renters are living with a disrepair issue such as damp, mould, or electrical hazards, according to a new study by law firm Hodge Jones & Allen.
Bad smells, lack of natural light, and signs of damp have all been revealed to be deal breakers for large numbers of renters who took part in a new survey by Uswitch.
Soaring rent prices have seen a significant rise in the number of renters under the age of 45 seeking support for unmanageable levels of debt.
No end in sight for the imbalance of supply and demand in the rental sector, according to the latest Housing Insights Report from Propertymark.
The most affordable end of the rental market continues to battle growing disparity between supply and demand.
The average cash deposit of five weeks rent rose by 4% over Q3 from £1,217 at the start of July to £1,321 at the end of September, research has revealed.