Housebuilders have been a good bet for investors, says Sarah Moore. But that could be coming to an end.
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Government plans to crack down on the buy-to-let sector are about to make this type of investment less attractive than it once was.
Changes in the tax relief afforded to landlords could wipe out much of the profit from buy-to-let, and drag down house prices across the board.
High house prices are hugely damaging to our economy. But there’s no chance of either of our political parties making things better, says John Stepek.
The past year has seen a rise in the popularity of “house raffles”. But if you’re thinking of raffling yours, there are a few things you need to know first.
From the end of this month, lenders will have to take a more stringent approach to buy-to-let mortgage applications from landlords. Emma Lunn explains.
Evicting problem tenants can be a tricky business. Emma Lunn explains how landlords can go about it in the most straightforward way.