The amount of time landlords have been waiting to receive rent under universal credit has jumped because of government delays in processing payments.
The number of households in England is predicted to grow by 210,000 a year between 2012 and 2037.
The UK’s largest social landlord is considering pulling out of the sector’s £2.3bn pension scheme as the fund’s deficit continues to rise.
The equivalent of nearly eight million older homeowners anticipate having to move or adapt their property if they develop care needs, a survey has found.
The number of affordable and social homes registered in the last three months fell 14% in the United Kingdom compared to the same period a year ago.
Today we are launching our top 50 expert panel of must-read columnists, starting with the director of campaigning group Generation Rent, Alex Hilton.
A housing association has secured a £40m loan from a major Swedish bank, marking one of its first major forays into the sector.
An Essex-based housing association has secured a £250m bond at an interest rate of 3.625%.
An institutional investor has entered the private rented sector (PRS) with a £25m scheme in east London, and set out an appetite to invest £1bn in the sector.
A rebalancing of power between landlords and tenants is long overdue, says Alex Hilton
A government release this week claimed that 33,000 new home owners have been created through Right to Buy since 2012
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