The rise and rise of the bridging loan
Bridging loan finance continues to grow amidst low interest rates, Brexit uncertainty and mortgage lender caution, Commercial Trust Limited research has found.
Up they go - rents to rise in 2019 despite tenants negotiating reductions
There’s been a large jump in the number of tenants successfully negotiating rent reductions according to the Association of Residential Letting Agents.
A third of Millennials say they'll never own a home
New figures show why the rental market is seeing such strong demand.
Landlords continue to enjoy ‘strong returns’ in Scotland
Buy-to-let landlords in Scotland continue to achieve higher returns on their property investments than their counterparts south of the border, the latest Scotland Buy to Let Index from Your Move reveals.
Liverpool leading the way for annual house price growth and affordability
Liverpool has managed a very interesting and appealing double win, according to data from Hometrack.
Overseas investors boosted by Brexit uncertainty and weak pound
Brexit uncertainty is continuing to drive foreign investment in the UK, research by CashbackRemortgages.co.uk has claimed.
Chaos as thousands of licensing applications rejected by council
Local press reports say that one of the country’s most controversial buy to let licensing schemes has seen thousands of applications rejected for bureaucratic reasons.
Council spends £95k taking landlord to Supreme Court and loses
Nottingham City Council has been slammed for wasting taxpayers’ money after spending £95,000 taking a landlord to the Supreme Court and losing
Foundation Home Loans launches 3-year fixed rate BTL product
Foundation Home Loans has unveiled a new three-year fixed rate product within its buy-to-let range.
Brits remain top overseas buyers of Spanish property
Property prices in Spain are rising faster than values in the UK, with Britons remaining the top foreign buyers of Spanish homes, according to a report by house-builder Taylor Wimpey España.