Lenders to slash buy-to-let rates and bump up how much they’ll lend to landlords.

  A stamp duty hike hangover and fears that Britain would vote to abandon the European Union have pushed lenders to slash buy-to-let rates and bump up how much they’ll lend to landlords. Santander, Nationwide, Aldermore, Pepper Home Loans, Precise Mortgages and Nottingham Building Society have all dropped their buy-to-let rates or raised their maximum[…]

Landlords borrowing more to buy houses than first time buyers…..Invest in buy to let!

  Landlords borrowed more to buy houses in the first three months of this year than first-time buyers, the first time this has happened since the financial crisis. Buy-to-let investors’ (BTL) new purchases accounted for 21pc of all loans in the first quarter, compared with 16.9pc for first-time buyers, according to the Bank of England.[…]

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Is buy-to-let property still a good investment?

Is buy-to-let property still a good investment? In broad terms, the answer is yes.  The lettings market in London and certain regional cities is likely to remain very strong.  However,  though investors can achieve a good rental yield and capital growth, it’s not a given.   Knowledge is key Talk to the experts that we[…]