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Landlord Today

1 year ago

Brexit to have minimal impact on buy-to-let market

As the government prepares to invoke Article 50 to leave the EU, very few experts forecast that Brexit will have an adverse affect on the buy-to-let market - despite some fears of a mass exodus of EU citizens from the UK.

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Landlord Today

1 year ago

Where are rents rising fastest?

Rents in the residential property sector are continuing to rise across many parts of the UK with no fewer than 20 areas seeing growth of more than 3% in the last 12 months, according to fresh figures.

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Landlord Today

1 year ago

Buy-to-let landlords undeterred by stamp duty surcharge

The number of second homes liable to pay stamp duty increased to 62,800 in the final quarter of last year, up from 56,200 in Q3 and 30,400 in Q2, suggesting that many people believe that investment in buy-to-let property is still worth pursuing.

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Landlord Today

1 year ago

Average tenancy deposit edges closer to £1,000

The average tenancy deposit paid by tenants in England and Wales stands at £970.18, but in London the figure has reached a record-high of £1,831.14, on average, according to The Deposit Protection Service (The DPS).

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Landlord Today

1 year ago

Landlord housing wealth soars 64%

The total housing wealth owned by UK landlords has increased substantially over the past five years, underlining why bricks and mortar remains a safe haven for thousands of buy-to-let investors.

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Landlord Today

1 year ago

Buy-to-let rates set to rise

Buy-to-let mortgage rates were largely unaffected by a sharp increase in swap rates in the final quarter of 2016, but this is unlikely to remain the case in 2017.

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