The towns in the UK where landlords make the biggest loss

Warrington tops the list of towns in the UK where landlords are likely to make a loss on their investment, according to new figures.


Landlords set to benefit from possible stamp duty holiday extension

Landlords could be among those who benefit from a rumoured extension to the stamp duty holiday until the end of June.


House prices rise with highest single month increase in 16 years

The housing market has seemingly shrugged off coronavirus woes and bounced back to new heights with the average cost of a house in the UK increasing by a little over £3,000 in August.


Housing Market sentiment remains ‘negative’ as Brexit uncertainty and rising living costs cast shadow

Housing market sentiment remains negative despite more people believing prices will rise in 2020, according to a joint building societies report.


Property of the week: Historic lighthouse with panoramic coastline views

This Grade II lighthouse is located in the Welsh city of Newport close to the River Usk. It features seven bedrooms, two kitchens and a rooftop bar with a hot tub!


Property of the week: A piece of London’s industrial legacy

  Formally used by a Scottish wine and spirit merchant, this 19th-century warehouse has been transformed into a versatile living space.


Property of the week: Go directly to jail, do not pass go

  Built in 1857, this Victorian gothic styled property was originally used as a divisional magistrate and police station. It has been transformed over the years to provide a nine bedroom family house containing the original jail cells and courtroom.


Property of the week: Eccentric carnival themed house with own bowling alley

  This week’s property is truly the definition of one of a kind, with its wacky carnival vibe and Turkish inspired design it features its very own bowling alley, which was previously owned by Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich.


Property of the week: Stately Westminster home with rooftop views of key landmarks

This week’s property is a prestigious seven-bedroom house based in the heart of London, with remarkable rooftop views of Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the House of Lords.


Landlords made £80,000 profit after selling up

The average buy-to-let landlord made £80,000 profit from selling their rental property in 2018, new figures show.


Rentguard Issues


  • Majority of landlords have helped tenants during coronavirus crisis
  • Rental crisis deepens with over 300,000 tenants late with rent payments
  • Rentguard’s administration fees