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Is it too dangerous to be a DIY landlord?

The Buy to Let property boom over the past decade has seen a flood of new landlords enter the market. But with over 145 individual laws and more than 400 regulations to follow, it’s surprisingly easy for even the most... View Article

Positive outlook for Buy-To-Let Britain

The past two years have been rife with changes in the buy-to-let market, despite the challenges the industry has faced, a new report from Aldermore, the specialist bank, reveals private landlords are feeling positive about the future of the market,... View Article

Government Must Prioritise Improving Dangerous Housing

Following the news that, due to rogue landlords, around three quarters of a million people are living in unsafe or unsanitary shared homes, the Chartered Institute of Environmental health (CIEH) has called on the Government to urgently improve dangerous housing... View Article

A new captain takes the helm at Evinox Energy

Evinox is thrilled to announce that Terry Mahoney has taken the helm as its new Managing Director. Terry originally joined Evinox in 2010 and through his most recent role as Operations Director has been pivotal to much of the company’s... View Article

Supply of rental properties drops to a 21 month low

The number of rental homes available for tenants fell in February Demand from prospective renters also dropped The rate of tenants experiencing rent rises increased in frequency as well but is overall better than in February 2017 ARLA Propertymark is today... View Article

New water label website launches in world water week

The European Bathroom Forum, which is driving forward plans for a single standard for water labelling across the EU unveiled its new website this week (www.europeanwaterlabel.eu), coinciding with World Water Day on March 23rd. Bathroom manufacturers across Europe are aiding... View Article
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