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'Surprise' or 'drip-fed' charges made by letting agents are commonplace, according to a report by the Office of Fair Trading published today.
Our Moneywise expert helps a reader through the rules and regulations of renting out a room in their home.
With the sluggish property market making it harder to sell, many would-be sellers are becoming landlords in a bid to stop their bricks and mortar holding them back.
Buy-to-let investors enjoyed an average yield of 6.2% in June, up from 6% a year ago, driven primarily by an increase in rents.
When considering whether or not you can afford to become a landlord, it is important to remember that it isn't just about rental income versus mortgage payments - there are myriad other costs.
Buy-to-let is firmly back in fashion and investors can grab tasty yields of 7% plus, says Cathy Adams.
The property ombudsman has called for urgent reform and stricter regulation in the lettings industry after a 26% rise in the number of complaints received in 2011.
Letting agents are getting away with murder. Rebecca Rutt calls for more regulation.
Turning a spare room into cash couldn't be easier, but, as Laura Howard explains, make sure you manage the risks involved in finding the right tenant.
There are some good reasons why estate agents are one of the most disliked professions - and deliberately failing to value your property correctly is one of them.
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