The Conservative government have just announced a number of new controls over the lettings industry at the Conservative Party Conference, which ran from 01 to 04 October 2017.
Here is a brief outline on what you need to know about Stamp Duty.
From 1st February landlords will be responsible for checking their prospective tenant’s right to rent. Find out more here.
The Government’s Budget in July 2015 included changes to the way in which tax relief is calculated for landlords. These changes could have a significant impact on your income, find out more here.
The inaugural NALS Northern Conference took place in York on 3rd March. Here are some of the highlights.
A new scheme which supports landlords and helps drive up the quality of housing for tenants across the county’s private rented sector has been launched today.
Gas Safety Week is nearly upon us! Make sure you're taking care of your gas appliances to ensure the safety of your tenants.
Accredited landlords should receive additional benefits - that's according to a new report published this month.
Although confidence in the private rental market hasn't changed, over a quarter of tenants have seen their rent go up.
Research conducted by Endsleigh reveals that over half of all UK landlords have been letting for five years or less.
Research conducted by Accommodation for Students suggests levels of confidence in the rental market have remained static since 2013.
There has been a lot of talk recently about Section 21 notices. But what are they and when are they applicable?
Endsleigh has joined forces with TrustMark to help improve access to reputable tradesmen. Read more about the partnership.
Endsleigh is supporting the Raise the Roof campaign being championed by our partners SpareRoom.co.uk. Find out more about the campaign benefits here.
As the What Mortgage awards celebrate their 21st birthday, Endsleigh celebrates being HIGHLY COMMENDED in the What Mortgage Best Landlords Insurance Provider category.
On the 8 July 2014, the first Housing Bill for Wales was passed by the Assembly for Wales, and could be implemented as soon as April 2015. What does it mean for landlords and what can you do to prepare for it?
Richard Blakeway, Deputy Mayor for Housing, Land and Property tells us why London needs the London Rental Standard.