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Landlords lure London students with iPads as university fees bite

(Reuters) - Driving lessons and iPads are among the gifts developers are showering on students in London to lure them to fill empty rooms after fee hikes and visa curbs threaten to undermine university housing's reputation as a safe property investment.

Landlords, owner-occupiers to foot bill for assessing energy efficiency

Properties will have to be energy rated before they are sold or leased. IT TAKES more than a veggie patch and Tibetan prayer flags to make a home green.

Landlords feel heat in market

Landlords feel heat in market

The Mission Viejo, Calif., man was a member of a real estate investment club in 2004 when he read a story that said Palm Bay was among the 10 cities nationwide that would see the biggest increase in real estate values.

UK landlords set to face new public housing laws

New laws aimed at providing better services for council tenants will be launched in April 2010, the Government has announced.

Landlords lure tenants with rent deals

Eoin Hahessy Independent 09.11.2009
Buy-to-let landlords see light at end of the tunnel

Buy-to-let landlords are dipping their toes back into the property market for the first time in two years amid signs of a house price recovery.

Landlords lure tenants with rent deals

Desperation has entered the residential rental market in Dublin as letting agents and landlords follow the lead of retailers by trying to entice tenants with special offers.

UK lodgers 'increasing'

Andy Britten Net Lettings 30.10.2009

BTL landlords avoid house purchases

Fiona Nicolson Financial Adviser 08.10.2009
UK lodgers 'increasing'

Since 2006, the number of lodgers in the UK has increased by 23 per cent, new figures have revealed.

BTL landlords avoid house purchases

Buy-to-let landlords are continuing to sit tight on their investments, according to research from property portfolio managers, the Young Group.

Tenants squeezed by unregulated landlords and agents

Graham Norwood The Guardian 06.10.2009
Tenants squeezed by unregulated landlords and agents

Complaints from tenants are at an all-time high as amateurs and charlatans run riot in an unregulated rental market

Buy-to-Let landlords remain jaded by the mortgage market and sit tight on their property investments

2009-10-01 18:02:07 - Young Index results for Q3 2009 from Young Group show that buy-to-let investors are no longer reviewing the mortgage market on a regular basis and intend to hold onto their assets for the long term.

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