Given all the instances of co-living for a shared benefit, it looks like we're at the start of another surge in communitarianism, even if its pioneers don't think of themselves that way.
A new report from Arla Propertymark shows that in July, the average letting agent had 97 prospective tenants – up from 79 in June.
The landlord’s mother, who was managing the property at the time, joked that the mushrooms were a “free breakfast”.
Survey findings from Generation Rent show the precarity of renting in the UK as the end of the eviction "ban" draws closer.
In a Wednesday tweet, he bragged about eliminating a housing regulation that was designed to address racial segregation.
As remote working becomes the norm, many young people are asking themselves: do I want to live here?
Generation Rent says that loopholes in the government’s new housing plans could damage social housing infrastructure.
Research from property website Zoopla shows that London rents could see an annual decline of 5 percent if trends continue.
Some have been on a rent strike, some are on the verge of eviction, some are dealing with landlords who suggest letting a stranger's family move in to help share the cost of rent.
Multiple people in east London face eviction despite having always paid their rent, and say they have been surveilled by agents acting for their billionaire landlord.
Permitted Development Rights allows for flats to be built in empty office buildings – and as small as 157 square-foot.