As a landlord, you might own your property outright or you may have a buy to let mortgage. If you do currently have borrowing, it could be because you didn’t have enough capital available to buy without a mortgage. Or perhaps you chose to leverage your investment to improve returns.
The essential steps to assess (potential) rental yield on your investment property As a landlord, it’s important to be able to assess whether a property is likely to be a good investment before you buy it. Then, once your property’s rented out, it’s helpful if you can check periodically to
Letting a property to multiple occupants is an attractive option for many landlords, as it can generate a much higher return and far more monthly rental profit than a single let. However, it’s not for everyone, as the rules and regulations for Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) are more
These days, the housing ladder doesn’t really exist in the way that it did. In this post, I explain why this is the case. And how you can get on the property ladder (and more so, why you still should), regardless of the current economic climate.
2018 hasn’t been the best year for landlords. Political uncertainty and new restrictive legislation as well as less favourable tax changes have led to a number of investors deciding to sell their property investments. Here are 5 top tips for landlords who want to sell quickly and for a premium