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High proportion of landlords still intending to increase their portfolios

A recent survey by Experience Invest, the London-based independent property consultancy, has revealed that over a third are planning to increase their property portfolios over the next 12 months, despite

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15% year-on-year increase for rental income

Leading London-based estate agent ludlowthompson has recently revealed data that shows a massive increase in rental income over the last 12 months. Analysing data from HMRC, ludlowthompson’s research has shown

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Will history repeat itself?

New research by Savills shows that fortune favours the brave when it comes to investing. The research has revealed that it was investors that bought UK property in 2009, during

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Continued lack of supply will push up rents throughout 2019

New data from Rightmove is providing an insight into how landlords have reacted to the various UK government clampdowns on buy-to-let. Here are some of the key findings: Figures between

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How renting is becoming the norm

New research from the Resolution Foundation, the award-winning think tank that focuses on living standards, has revealed how renting is becoming the ‘norm’ for a large number of young people

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Buy-to-let mortgage rates lower than residential for the first time

Typically, a buy-to-let mortgage for landlords is more expensive than a residential mortgage because lenders believe there is a greater risk when properties are rented out compared to being occupied

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Standards are rising for UK rental properties

New research by insurance giant AXA has revealed that standards of rental properties are on the rise. As more and more people turn to renting and build-to-rent projects take hold

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Rent renewals are where landlords are making the most profit

New figures from leading UK estate agent Countrywide have revealed that landlords are increasing the rents on rental renewals at more than double the rate of rental growth for new

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The Urban Renaissance Continues

According to research by Centre for Cities, young people in the UK are flooding into city centres to live, with substantial increases seen in city centre populations over recent years.

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Will three-year tenancies soon be the norm?

Three-year tenancies could soon be the norm if the UK government is able to push through its new proposals on minimum tenancy. New proposals are currently being put forward by