Buy to Let


Landlords warned about risk of tenant cannabis cultivation

Landlords have been warned about an increasing number of rented properties being used to grow and supply illegal drugs.

Removing a Tenant | 22 Oct 2014
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Labour plans to block buy-to-let investors

Buy-to-let investors could be banned from purchasing new build homes if Labour win the election.

Mortgages | 16 Oct 2014

Renters face a fight for properties as supply dries up

More than a third of landlords reported more would-be renters than available properties as the supply of residential properties on the private rental market decreases.

Mortgages | 24 Sep 2014

Product launches of the week

A new energy provider, a student finance app and a raft of new mortgage offers came to market this week.

Mortgages | 19 Sep 2014

Are you accidentally in breach of your tenancy agreement?

From burning candles to over-filling the bins, the majority of renters may be in breach of their tenancy agreement without even realising it.

Mortgages | 17 Sep 2014
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Buy-to-let gone bad: Five hallmarks of a bad landlord

More than half of tenants have had a problem with their landlord or letting agent in the last five years. Here are the most common ways that buy-to-let goes bad.

Buy to Let | 09 Sep 2014

Product launches of the week

If you're in the market for a new investment or a Marks & Spencer gift card, this is the week for you.

Savings | 05 Sep 2014
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Shock decision brings some buy-to-let mortgages under regulation

The Treasury's decision to regulate buy-to-let mortgages as part of the implementation of the EU Mortgage Credit Directive is ‘frustrating', said Paul Smee, director-general of the Council of Mortgage Lenders.

Mortgages | 05 Sep 2014

HSBC: Quality counts when it comes to buy-to-let

Buy-to-let investors may need to get the paint-brush out, after new research showed that property in immaculate condition can command up to 75 per cent higher rents.

Buy to Let | 02 Sep 2014
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East London property values rocket 800%

The total value of East London property has grown by more than 800 per cent since 1987, outrunning any other area in the capital, including the upmarket West End borough of Kensington & Chelsea.

Mortgages | 29 Aug 2014

Buy-to-let: Is being a landlord worth the headache?

With rent rises making headlines, buy-to-let may look like a ripe opportunity. But is being a landlord worth the trouble? Your Money asked the experts.

Investments | 22 Aug 2014

Product launches of the week

A 'Stamp Duty Buster' mortgage from Virgin Money is just one of the new financial products on the market this week.

ISAs | 08 Aug 2014
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Landlords lose out over lack of advice

Buy-to-let landlords are failing to realise the maximum return from their property investments by not seeking advice or carrying out research ahead of their purchases.

Mortgages | 04 Aug 2014
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London rental yields lag behind rest of UK

The London buy-to-let market is providing landlords with the lowest rental yield out of all the regions in the UK, research from BM Solutions has revealed.

Buy to Let | 23 Jul 2014

How to generate an income from your savings

Make your savings work harder with these quick tips for generating an income.

Investments | 10 Jul 2014

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