News relating to the private rented sector from both England and Wales, affecting landlords.
This week, Trading Standards published new guidance for letting agents on the ‘material information’ that should be contained in property listings. The new guidance expands on the guidance for Part A material information published last year by adding Parts B (information for all properties) and C (information that may be relevant). Our Head of Policy James Wood explains what you need to know.
The proportion of private landlords who report increased demand for rental properties has more than tripled compared with demand for properties seen before the Covid pandemic, according to research gathered by research consultancy BVA/BDRC.
Amendments tabled to the Renters (Reform) Bill during committee stage were debated for the final time this week, yet vital changes are still needed. Samuel Leeson from the public affairs team explores the key takeaways for landlords.
The long-awaited Leasehold Reform Bill was published this week - but what does it mean for you and your businesses? Eleanor Bateman from the NLRA Public Affairs team takes a deep dive into the proposed changes.
In this episode of Listen Up Landlords, presenters NRLA Chief Executive Ben Beadle and Richard Blanco shine the spotlight on the progress of the Renters (Reform) Bill, promising the biggest shake up of the PRS in decades. Ben and Richard are joined by Unipol chief executive Paddy Jackman, Tim Briggs, managing director of Legal Mentor and landlord Nick Duncan to discuss the very latest on the Bill’s progress through Parliament, and the potential implications for landlords.
With a customer satisfaction rating of 96% and a packed awards cabinet, we are rightly proud of our members’ magazine Property. However we want to do more, and are this month asking what you enjoy and what you would like to see more of.
This week, MPs began the meticulous process of poring over the Renters (Reform) Bill in a line by line examination of the legislation. Samuel Leeson from the public affairs team looks at the key takeaways for landlords.
New legislation regarding council tax and HMO properties will come into force in England next week, putting an end to the practice of disaggregating houses in multiple occupation and clarifying who is responsible for council tax.
This week saw a big campaign win for the NRLA on Local Housing Allowance rates in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement. But much more is needed to address the supply crisis and appeal to landlords ahead of a general election. NRLA Deputy Policy Director Meera Chindooroy explains more.
The NRLA is celebrating new awards success, picking up three industry gongs at last night's Landlord Investment Show (LIS) Awards. Chief Executive Ben Beadle was named Industry Hero 2023, with the association also named Best Product for Landlords and Best Property Education Provider.