Three-year tenancies to pile pressure on buy-to-let landlords

Long-term tenancies are being encouraged by the Government, but it looks unlikely that landlords will be falling over themselves to lengthen their tenancies. While many tenants – particularly those with families – will welcome longer-term contracts, there are pros and cons for landlords. Many.

Close examination of the consultation document on possible three year tenancies issued by the government suggest that it may want rent increases during a new 36-month standard term to have to be agreed and made clear up-front. Rents under a possible three year contract are mentioned in paragraphs 72.

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Landlord Fergus Wilson, 69, once boasted a property portfolio worth £200 million and is one of the UK’s largest buy-to-let investors along. He was handed a three-year injunction which bans him from.

Landlords should not be able to take back their tenanted properties if they want to sell or move back in, or have the ability to evict tenants under Section 21 of the Housing Act, unless the tenants do not meet their legal obligations, is the view from pressure group generation Rent.

Government plans to introduce mandatory three-year tenancies have been poorly received by the National Landlords Association (NLA). New plans have been introduced by the government to make tenancies of a minimum of three years mandatory with a six month break clause. The idea aims to give tenants more security.

While this in theory should save tenants a fair amount of money when signing on the dotted line, landlords should be aware that these costs may be passed onto them. client money protection. From April 2019, both landlords and tenants can have peace of mind when it comes to how their money is secured.

It could also be positive for landlords, said David Lawrenson of Letting Focus, a property consultant. While some may still prefer not to arrange tenancies. buy-to-let mortgage has risen from 4.65.

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There is a recognition that the pressure for housing has. a discouragement to rogue or amateur landlords looking to invest in the buy-to-let sector for short-term financial gain without due regard.

Buy-to-let activity fell by 13.3% in the last year, according to new data provided by Connells Survey & Valuation. The figures are unsurprising given the number of tax changes introduced by the Government over the last year. However, there are positive signs that private landlords will return to the sector in the coming twelve months, with a 4.5% month-on-month rise in valuations recorded in.