It has been predicted that landlord rent will rise in the near future, along with the cost of housing in general.

A statement from Smartlandlord.co.uk suggested that the value of property is "bound to go up considerably"in the near future, while similar patterns will emerge regarding private landlords' monthly incomes.

Rental yields are also a factor that will help landlords break even over a short-term period, so the website has advised buy-to-let investors to find ways to reduce their property management costs.

As well as rental tax and the proposed introduction of many new rental laws, landlords have had to deal with an increasing number of arrears in recent times.

Earlier this month, research agency BDRC noted that 30 per cent of private landlords in the UK experienced rental arrears between April and June this year - a jump of 18 per cent in the last 15 months.

Written by John Weeks
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