The Tenant Fee Act comes into force on 1 June.
The curious case of a damp block of flats – and a giant gorilla's arse.
Signing a lease is a big step toward adulting, but you need to step carefully.
More and more tenants are struggling to pay their rent.
Not everyone will benefit.
Falling behind with rent payments - even for just a few days - should affect tenants’ credit ratings, landlords have urged
Not Even Low Unemployment Can Ward Off The Scourge Of Homelessness As Rents Rise And Wage Growth Slows
Official figures show homelessness is rising. Against a backdrop of low unemployment yet slowing wage growth, there has been a 10% rise in the number of homeless households in England.
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Earlier this week, E4 broadcast an interesting programme called "How to Live the Chelsea Life," about an exclusive, high-end house sharing company, which prides itself on only renting to aspirational, young, sociable people. And by interesting, I mean it made me want to pour sulphuric acid directly into my retinas.
Since the Budget in July - where the Chancellor proposed to restrict mortgage interest relief for individual residential