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More than a quarter of tenants would risk their tenancy and deposit to keep pets without their landlord's permission, according to new research.

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Boris Johnson has announced work will start on two neighbourhoods in the Olympic Park - six years ahead of the originally proposed date.

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The second phase of Royal Wharf - the residential centrepiece at Royal Victoria Dock - has been released onto the market.

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The Homematch Property Show returns for 2015 offering expert advice and information about hundreds of affordable properties to buy and rent across London.

Landlords invest in complex lets across the UK

By Rachel Bishop on January 31, 2015 4:06 PM |


Average yields on non-standard properties have continued to rise above buy-to-let investments, according to the latest Mortgages For Business research.

Multi-unit freehold blocks (MUFBs) have overtaken houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) and now provide landlords with the highest gross yield.