Buy-to-let still delivers high yields despite landlord worries
New buy-to-let tax rules could force landlords to pay as much as 45%, rather than 28%, on their capital gains.
New Prime Minister Theresa May has dismissed George Osborne from the role of chancellor of the exchequer, perhaps signalling a new political era for buy to let.
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The Mortgage Works has released a response addressing fears regarding the fraudulent use of buy to let mortgages.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has released its house price index for July 2013. The report shows that house prices in England have risen 0.9% above the previous peak in January 2008.
Research from a BTL lender has shown that landlords have expanded their portfolios in the third quarter of 2013.
Budget, online-only estate agents don’t seem to attract a lot of business despite their enticing fees; however, the country’s first ‘pay-per-viewing’ agency could break that mould.
New research has shown that new builds are becoming more expensive at a faster rate than other properties.
The first three months of 2013 have seen a huge surge in buy to let remortgage activity.
Shortening lease terms are leaving 1.43 million UK leasehold properties in danger of falling into negative equity, a leading surveyor warns.
The UK's largest estate agency group has released its annual lettings index.
Data published by a leading industry body has indicated that buy to let lending is on the rise.
A leading property consultant has indicated that demand for accommodation has risen in university cities.