There are 112 days until the referendum of the UK's membership of the EU. While some are concerned about the potential impact of a Brexit upon the UK, estate agents in France are confident that interest in French property will continue to flourish, no matter what the vote.
Two weeks today, landlords, letting agents and others from the UK's private rented sector will come together in London for a special summit tackling the government's "Tenant Tax", which is set to negatively impact both landlords and tenants.
Tenants will bear the brunt of the UK government's plan to raise buy-to-let taxes, experts and landlords have warned. Over 600 supporters of a campaign to fight the unfair changes gathered at a rally in London last week to raise awareness of the issue.
In April 2017, a new rule will come into effect that will unfairly tax landlords, ultimately reducing the number of homes available to rent and pushing rents up for tenants. With the Brexit vote ushering in a change in PM, though, a new window to stop the tax has opened. What can you do?
Donald Trump was elected the President of the United States early this morning, in a surprising victory that saw the property developer beat Hillary Clinton to the White House. The property world reacts to his win.
On Friday 9th June 2017, the UK woke to the surprise of a hung Parliament, as Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to call a snap general election backfired. With the Conservative Party forming a minority government, what does the result mean for UK property?