Buy to Let
Landlords need to look at putting their property investments on a business footing as HM Revenue & Customs and local councils crack down on compliance.
Taylor Wimpey is inviting people looking for an enticing investment opportunity to visit its sought-after Woodall Grange development in Dudley.
Students in a third of the 25 largest university towns are in for a shock this semester as the amount of rent they are willing to pay is lower than the average on offer in their town, according to flatsharing website easyroommate.co.uk.
Specialist lender Kensington has overhauled its Buy to Let mortgage range, cutting rates by up to 0.50%, reducing its Completion Fee to 2.00% and offering customers the choice between this or a flat Completion Fee of £1,999.
Metro Bank has launched two new residential Buy to Let (BTL) products for professional property investors.
Hundreds of people have moved into apartments in Bristol without fully understanding the problems they might encounter as tenants, according to one of the city’s experts on management of residential blocks.
Rent on Time and Urban Sales and Lettings have announced an exclusive new partnership to launch a powerful combination of products, offering a compelling proposition to private sector landlords who manage their own properties.
Leeds Building Society has launched a new dedicated range of Holiday Let products to support demand in the UK, which has increased significantly over the last 5 years.
Rents held steady in June, defying the usual seasonal increase of the last five years, as the surge in first-time buyer numbers eased the strain on the rental market, according to the latest Buy-to-Let Index from LSL Property Services plc.
New funding will help councils take on the rogue landlords who make tenants' lives a misery, Housing Minister Mark Prisk has announced.
With the UK property market showing signs of recovery, investors looking for an ideal opportunity are being advised to pay a visit to the city’s waterside and in particular Crest Nicholson’s Bath Riverside development.
Almost half of London's population now rents their property compared to a national average of 30%, according to a new independent research paper.
With news of the increasing number of complaints about letting agents to The Property Ombudsman Service, up 9% on the previous year, the pressure is on to provide a better service for the 3.8 million tenants in the private rental market.
Wales has topped the tables as a hotspot for buy to let investors with the highest rental yields in England and Wales.
A brace of apartments at Crest Nicholson’s Harbourside development in Bristol are being offered to investors with a guaranteed 12 month rental income.
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