21 February 2023

Property News in UK

The Propp news reel is your one-stop-shop for property news in the UK. Covering areas of specialist lending such as bridging finance, commercial mortgages and development finance.

Whether you’re a seasoned investor, novice landlord or avid auction buyer you’re in the right place to stay on top of all you need to know about property.

Latest Landlord News

We’ll be updating this section with the UK’s latest landlord news, tips for managing tenants and maintaining a profitable portfolio whether you’re a first-time landlord or have a portfolio of HMOs.

Buy-to-let investors and landlords can check in for regulatory updates and information on investment opportunities up and down the country.

Keeping up to date with buy to let latest news is key to success as a landlord.

Tenants and landlords alike can check in for lettings news to compare rental price trends up and down the country.

Bridging Finance News

You’ll be kept up to date on the latest and greatest across the world of bridging finance, from stand out products to lenders that are making a splash.

Short term finance is a useful tool in any investors toolkit, be it to support purchases at auction or to fund the purchase and renovation of unmortgageable properties to make them marketable. The industry can be a whirlwind so stay up to date with the best rates on the market by tuning into our bridging loan news reel.

Property Development News

Check in here for regulatory updates and keep track of changes to permitted development rights in the UK.

A team of property experts will bring the latest property news, market reports and an industry overview as and when the news breaks.

Commercial Property News

We hope to be reporting soon the return of lenders to the commercial playground after a mass slowdown since early 2020 caused lending to drop off a cliff.

Follow here to be the first to hear as lenders and banks begin to increase their appetite for owner-occupied loans and lending in areas such as hospitality.


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