Expert opinion and insight
Expert opinion and explainer pieces, written by our Chief Executive, members our policy team as well as other experts from across the housing sector.
In the fourth NRLA blog on our manifesto calls ahead of the 2021 Senedd election, we focus on the introduction of a Welsh Housing Survey - a campaign that is already gaining momentum.
Minister Will Quince: How Universal Credit is improving to assist with direct payments of rent
In his first blog for the NRLA, Minister for Welfare Delivery Will Quince explains how Universal Credit is improving to assist with direct payments of rent.
In our third blog focussing on the NRLA Wales' manifesto calls ahead of the Senedd Cymru/Welsh Parliament election, we outline how to improve homes in the private rented sector (PRS) and why,
NRLA Mortgages have partnered with BTL lender Landbay to create the first ever exclusive mortgage product for NRLA Members.
In the second of our series of blogs focussing on our manifesto calls ahead of the Senedd Cymru/Welsh Parliament election, we look at support for landlords and tenants. The NRLA is conscious of the need for a balanced approach and a private rented sector that works for all.
Welcome to Buy to Let Market, a column aimed at providing you with recent criteria and product updates within the Buy to Let lending markets. Written by Doug Hall, of NRLA mortgage partners 3mc.
What are the new proposed possession grounds? How can I gain possession if I want to sell my property? What happens if the property doesn't sell? These are just some of the questions coming in from members, following the publication of our Renters' Reform Bill proposals. Here campaigns officer Alexandra Williams takes a deep dive into the issues surrounding conciliation and court reform and how the NRLA believes our proposals could operate to benefit landlords and tenants.
Countdown to the Welsh election series - Our flagship call is for the current licensing system to be streamlined.
A common issue faced by landlords, especially in cold, winter months is damp, mould and condensation damage to their properties. Landlords need to be aware of the difference, the causes, the likely responsibility of each and how best to deal with each when they arise, to avoid disputes at the end of a tenancy.
Last week the Government announced that the restrictions on enforcement of evictions would continue until the end of May. Deputy director of policy and campaigns Meera Chindooroy writes about NRLA proposals around how the backlog in the courts could be managed.