Trouble Ahead For Landlords As Section 21 ‘No Fault Evictions To Be Abolished In this episode…
Trouble Ahead For UK Landlords As Section 21 ‘No Fault Evictions Will Be Abolished
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Renters Reform Bill announced in Parliament.
Demand has jumped for properties where all the bills are included in the rent, according to Rightmove.
The property website said inquiries for build-to-rent homes with bills included had risen by 36% over the past year.
It comes as two students had to pay £27,000 up front to secure a Cardiff flat, due to rental market demand.
The Welsh government plans to consult on rent control for private rentals.
Rents are rising at the fastest rate for more than 13 years, according to property experts Zoopla. They said this is because of limited supply, caused by an “exodus” of private landlords.
Last month, Wales had the biggest annual jump in rental prices outside of London – up 13.9% to £882 per month according to Rightmove.
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UK Economy dips last month following US quarterly fall in output.
The vast majority of ‘buy-to-let’ landlords are small investors with one or two properties, and many are accidental landlords. Landlords I have spoken to said they would pull out of the market if ‘open tenancies’ were forced upon them and would be too nervous to rent out a property to a tenant were they would not be sure about getting back possession at the end of the tenancy.
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