Tough times ahead for buy to let landlords

Although landlords have been ruling the housing market since they are taking advantage of the low cost of buy to let mortgage rates and quickly buying up available properties, the tide of good fortune may soon change for them. This is due to the fact that the average mortgage cost for any property is starting to […]

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Bumper year ahead for buy to let investors

Letting agents, landlords, and those with the sense to invest take advantage of buy to let mortgage rates while they were low are likely rejoicing right now as it looks as if 2013 will be another bumper year with mortgage rates staying somewhat low and tenant demand continuing to increase.  The economic uncertainty, credit restrictions, and additional […]

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Buy to let landlord told to do their sums first

Lettings specialist and investor Graham Bates is warning potential investors to make sure they have their maths right before they consider becoming a buy to let landlord. Seasoned landlords already understand that return on investment and proper understanding of income yields is very important, but those that are new to the buy to let game […]

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Buy to let mortgage rates tumble

The Lending Scheme Funding carries on boosting the owners of land, so the rates of by-to-let mortgage have tumbled. This is what the latest This Is Money research of January end suggests. Now, the average rate of buy-to-let mortgage is 4.69%. This rate was 5.04% just one year ago and the same rate was 5.77 […]

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Buy to let repossessions at a new high

It appears that buy to let mortgage rates are not the only thing that is increasing as the mortgage market continues to shift and change as buy to let property repossessions are also stretching towards a new record high. Right now repossessions are at a record high, but the banks and building societies appear to […]

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