Scottish buy-to-let yields better than England and Wales, as rent continues to rise.
First rental growth in 9 months for London; the capital leads the way in UK wide increases.
Tenants stay for an average of two years in the same rental property, an increase on 2014 figures.
A new survey indicates that a third of UK landlords intend to increase rent in the next 12 months.
Volume of rental properties across the UK up 3.6%, but those available ‘to let’ experiences sharp decline, -9%, in July 2017.
London’s rental market remains popular in Quarter 2 as rental prices drop.
UK landlords set to sell property due to punitive legislation, making life harder for tenants via rent hikes and lack of availability.
Buy-to-let landlords remain confident about letting property, new research reveals
61% of renters blame government for inability to buy. 27% want to buy rental property in cheaper areas to bolster income.
Rental income yields remain steady in the face of landlord fears over return sustainability