The majority of landlords and tenants in the UK enjoy a positive relationship with their tenants, according to a new survey.
UK landlords are increasingly turning properties into limited companies so they can finance future property purchases.
Optimism is growing among landlords as changes become clearer and more landlords move to protect profits.
Williams Lynch looks at what the Spring Budget 2017 means for the property market in London SE1.
Developer of The Shard, Irvine Sellar, has died, but his most ambitious project now defines London’s skyline.
The Residential Landlords Association calls on the Chancellor to drop planned tax changes for buy-to-let sector
Property in Rotherhithe. A sound investment with a solid future – and a great place to live
House price growth is slowing in London and other southern cities, while growth is expected in the UK’s northern cities.
it’s hard to get away from the fact that there is almost never quite enough room in your home. You may have a one-bedroom apartment, you may have a five bedroom detached house, but somehow, whichever end of the scale you’re at, there’s always the feeling a little more space would be good.
Williams Lynch sums up what happened in the property market in 2016 and how it affects vendors, buyers, tenants and landlords in SE1