After 5 years of waiting, a date has finally been confirmed for the new Housing Act to come into force – Spring 2022.
As part of the Act, landlords will need ...
Rental Tracker, December 2020
The average rent in Swansea is currently £850pcm - down 2.59% from last month, but up 5.85% on the same month last year.
Average Asking Rents in Swansea, December 2020
McCartan Christmas Working Hours
Thank you for all your support this year. It’s been a real rollercoaster!
Just to remind you, visits to our office continue to be by appointment only. We are also available ...
Rental Tracker, November 2020
The average rent in Swansea is currently £872pcm - up 0.23% from last month, and 8.32% from November 2019.
Average Asking Rents in Swansea, November 2020
Landlord Update: Evictions, Where Do You Stand?
It has never been a more challenging time to be a landlord in Wales. This is McCartan's first webinar, and it will be an in-depth dive into the eviction process ...
Rental Tracker, October 2020
The average rent in Swansea is currently £870pcm - that's a 9.99% increase from last month.
Average Asking Rents in Swansea, October 2020
Difference from September 2020
“Firebreak” Lockdown Rules for Landlords
The Welsh Government have announced that Wales will enter a “firebreak” lockdown as of 6pm this Friday (23rd October) until Monday 9th November. This will replace the local lockdown restrictions ...
Rental Tracker, September 2020
The average rent in Swansea is currently £791pcm - up 2.06% from last month.
We're also seeing the stock levels are down across the board, although this is comparable to the ...
UK Landlords Struggling with Conflicting Laws
The UK currently has four different processes in place for a landlord to regain possession of their property.
On 21st August (2020), the UK Government announced that England would follow Wales ...
Rental Tracker, August 2020
The average rent in Swansea is currently £775pcm.
This is an increase of 0.26% compared with the average figure for August 2019.
Average Asking Rents in Swansea, August 2020
6 Month Notice Periods for Welsh Landlords
The Welsh Government are 'temporarily' increasing the notice period to end a tenancy from 3 months to 6 months - effective today.
The power to implement this, and to ignore the ...
Change to Welsh LTT: What does it mean for you?
Prospective homeowners and property professionals in Wales finally have clarity as Land Transaction Tax (LTT) changes have been confirmed by the Welsh Government.
After the recent announcement that the Stamp Duty ...