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Rick Gannon became an accidental landlord when his first property was in negative equity and decided to rent it out. Fast-forward a few years and he and wife Lorraine had made a substantial amount...
It’s well-established that more people are turning to the rental market as buying a home because more difficult to achieve. This had led to a fundamental shift in the fortunes of landlords when...
Self-employment is a lifestyle choice for millions of people offering freedom and flexibility.  But the downside is that buy to let mortgage may equate self-employment with a lack of job security and therefore...
The move out of towns and cities opens up opportunities for landlords, opportunities to invest in high yielding properties where rental demand will only increase. The wealthy have always fled the crowds for the...
The Covid pandemic did not dampen the enthusiasm for investing in buy-to-let properties, quite the contrary; according to figures released by Hamptons International, a leading estate agency, landlords created 41,700 buy-to-let firms last year. That represents a...
Expert opinion has it that the post-lockdown bounce in property prices will be short-lived and that there is likely to be a fall off in prices by the end of the year or early next year.
A new landlord service has been launched by Hamilton Fraser to offer landlords exclusive mortgage and re-mortgage rates. Total Landlord Mortgages is being introduced in partnership with financial advice firm Legacy Financial Consultants...
In recent months there has been a noticeable increased demand in the BTL investment market for tenanted properties, this could be linked to the fact that tenants are renting for the longer term now and regarding properties...
Landlord Exodus: Nearly half (48%) of private residential landlords have indicated that they plan to exit the buy-to-let market, that’s according to the findings of a recent survey by Aldermore Bank.. This could be in protest...
Australian landlord's collection of gifts to new tenant goes global on Facebook after it divides opinion what 'passive aggressive' means in the private rented sector.