Buy To Let News
Pension reforms could boost buy-to-let mortgage demand
Experts forecast possible rise in demand for buy-to-let mortgages following Budget.
Number of tenants in severe arrears drops by 35 per cent
The number of cases of tenants in severe arrears has fallen by 35 per cent in the last 12 months, according to new research.
Further calls for energy efficiency plans for rented homes
Minimum energy efficiency standards could soon become a major talking point for landlords, as industry groups and the Labour party lobby to improve standards.
London mayor reveals rental sector plans
The mayor of London has revealed a complex set of plans to enhance the private rented sector in the capital.
How can a modern day landlord stand out from the crowd?
The modern day buy to let market is highly competitive, so standing out from the crowd is an essential part of maintaining yields and avoiding void periods.
Positive news for landlords as London rents show slight growth in 2014
Rents in London’s prime markets grew by 0.
Demand from buy to let sector sees bridging loans surge
Some mortgage brokers could be missing out on potential buy to let clients as the property they want to borrow against is unmortgageable, according to bridging lender Fincorp.
Vast majority of mortgage advisors prepared for MMR
The Mortgage Market Review deadline is a month away, but many mortgage advisors are already prepared for the new regulations, according to research from Intelliflo.
Fewer unsold properties could spell end of accidental landlords
A greater number of property sales across the UK are reducing property rentals and ultimately cutting the number of reluctant landlords, according to letting agents.
Rental arrears drop to second lowest point in history
Levels of rental arrears in England and Wales fell by 7.