Beth Fisher

Bethany graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in June 2013 with a BA Honours NCTJ Accredited degree in Journalism, majoring in magazines and online media.

Beth created a b2b magazine with a small group of journalists, where they were the only undergraduates that were shortlisted by the PPA awards as well as winning Best Magazine Concept by the NCTJ last year. As well as experiences in business writing, she has written for national titles, Ideal Home and Perfect Wedding.

Beth Fisher Articles

RLA and SAL challenge government over changes

The Residential Landlords Association and the Scottish Association of Landlords have announced they are working together to campaign against government changes set to affect landlords… ...

Sep 01, 2015

Landlord punished over unlawful eviction

A landlord has been ordered to fork out thousands of pounds for unlawfully evicting a tenant… ...

Aug 03, 2015

"We need to remove politics from housing”

The National Association of Estate Agents has responded to the Government’s Productivity Plan, by stating that it’s just another attempt to reshape the planning system which has suffered from a lack of consistency… ...

Jul 20, 2015

Rents rocket due to London sales slowing

Rental values are seeing a dramatic increase in London as the sales market starts to cool down… ...

Jul 20, 2015

Foundation Home Loans appoints Regional Account Manager

Buy-to-let specialist lender Foundation Home Loans has announced it has snapped up Colin Dorman as Regional Account Manager for the South of England… ...

Jul 16, 2015

“Thanks for thinking of us, Mr Osborne,” says tax adviser

Following last week’s Summer Budget announcement from George Osborne, The Managing Director of property tax adviser Stax has stated there will now be more work for tax advisers… ...

Jul 14, 2015

Family-focused rental scheme gains planning green light

The UK’s first ever family-focused rental scheme has been given planning consent… ...

Jul 13, 2015

Summer Budget could make housing shortage “even worse”

Property investors have claimed that the housing shortage could grow after the Summer Budget revealed there will be a restriction on mortgage interest relief on residential property… ...

Jul 10, 2015

Summer Budget 2015: “We may see a number of landlords leave the market”

George Osborne has just announced in his Summer Budget that there will be a restriction on mortgage interest relief on residential property to the basic rate of income tax… ...

Jul 08, 2015

The Summer Budget 2015 announced: The key changes

George Osborne has just announced the Summer Budget to Parliament after issuing his first budget speech in March earlier this year… ...

Jul 08, 2015