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The debate during this election campaign has been around the size of the state, and the funding to…
New research from Rightmove showed record asking rents in all but two regions, as fewer new…
Just over three weeks since the Boris Johnson administration delivered its first Queen’s Speech…
Property has always been a political bargaining chip, but has recently become forefront of…
It has been a trying year for landlords. With the Government’s continued onslaught on private…
Is UK property headed for a post-brexit boom? We asked property expert Andy Foote, director at…
  Despite the political uncertainty, the expectation is that the political parties will go…
  The inevitable has come to pass. Boris, the archetypal Eton Mess, has been installed behind…
A recent study by Santander found that parents of both primary and secondary school pupils would be…
  Who knows more: NLA members or the general landlord population? NLA Recognised…
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  This month, Director of Policy and Practice Chris Norris discusses the latest of the NLA’s…
  The letting market is changing as technology takes over, policymakers legislate and…
  NLA to partner with the Smart Home Expo We are delighted to announce our official…
  With Brexit looming and Section 24 continuing to reduce margins, what does the market have…
  Looking back at the NLA’s 2017 New Year blog, you would be forgiven to think that time…
  An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a document showing the potential …