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Research conducted by the Council of Mortgage Lenders* on UK landlords has found that 49% of UK landlords own their property outright.

The survey of 2,500 landlords also found that 50% of rented properties in the UK are owned by buy-to-let landlords. Of the landlords questioned, 62% of them own a single property, while over half of buy-to-let landlords own more than one.

In fact, the average buy-to-let portfolio is 2.7 properties. This has, however, decreased since 2004, when similar research was conducted. In 2004, over ... read full article

The most recent report from Halifax* has found that the number of first-time buyers in the UK last year was the highest it’s been since 2007.

In 2016, the number of first-time buyers in the UK was 335,750. Although not quite as high as 359,900 in 2007, last year marks the third year in a row that this number has stood at over 300,000.

Last year’s figure was also 75% higher than the lowest point in 2009.

Martin Ellis, a housing economist at Halifax, said “record low mortgage rates, high employment levels and go ... read full article

Ban on letting agency fees could increase landlord burden

Letting agents in England will no longer be able to charge tenants fees for administrative processes such as reference, credit and immigration checks under plans announced in the Autumn Statement 2016 by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond.

As part of Mr Hammond’s latest plans to help those “just about managing” in England, the banning of letting fees could save hundreds of po ... read full article

Barclays brings back the 100% mortgage giving new hope to first time buyers - but only for the wealthy..

- Cashless people earning £50,000 can get three-year fixed deal at 2.99%
- 100% mortgages vanished in 2008 after financial crisis took hold
- Barclays deal requires family to put 10% in account for three years  

 

Zero per cent deposit mortgages have ... read full article

Attention - Tax changes for Landlords - be prepared!

Being a landlord is not always plain sailing – on top of all the things on your to-do list, there are frequently changing regulations to comply with too. However, tempting it might be to slip checking Government websites to the bottom of your list, we always advise landlords to keep on top of all upcoming regulations, to avoid the unnec ... read full article

ARLA Monthly Private Rented Sector Report November 2015

BUY TO LET STAMP DUTY TRIGGERS PESSIMISM AMONGST LETTING AGENTS


•Two in five (40%) letting agents predict supply will decrease, a sharp rise from October
•Only 23% of letting agents report rent hikes for tenants – the lowest this year< ... read full article