Lenders are unlikely to approve applications from people with a poor credit history
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The commercial property consultants CBRE UK have published their UK Monthly Index for August and it will make poor reading for landlords in the commercial sector. The Index shows that capital values have fallen by 2.9% in the year to date with rental values falling by 0.1% in August. All Property total returns were 0.2% in August, with capital values down 0.3%.
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Landlords who organise tenancies properly can avoid exposing themselves to risks associated with poor management
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Figures show no significant improvement in Ireland's housing market despite a slight increase in prices
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The Scottish Housing Minister has said that his government intends to ban landlords and agents from charging fees to tenants. Landlords north of the border will not be able to charge for items like inventories, reference and credit checks. This will introduce a major change in the way the market operates because the only payments the landlord or his or her agent will be able to take will be the rent and the refundable deposit.
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