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[…]

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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[…]

Changing tax for UK buy to let property investors

From 1 April 2016 an additional 3% stamp duty land tax will be charged on every residential property acquisition costing £40,000 or more, except where: the property is bought by an individual who does not own any other residential property; the property will be used as the buyer’s main residence and replaces another main residence[…]

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What to Consider when Looking for Buy to Let Properties for Investment?

When interest rates are getting low, property prices growing and pension plans are witnessing changes, a lot of investors are looking for buy to let properties for sale. Here’s what to consider when investing in this property. Whom to Offer Your target audience to rent your future property and how much to rent it for[…]