Wednesday 22nd November 2017

Newcastle Intermediaries has cut rates across its buy-to-let ranges. The new buy-to-let remortgage deals are available at 2.85% for two years or 3.35% for five years, both up to a maximum 75% loan-to-value (LTV)...

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Tuesday 21st November 2017

While demand for rental property remains strong, landlords always have to be mindful of tenants’ ability to pay higher prices, according to the Scottish Housing Regulator. Returns achieved by landlords in Scotland remain highly competitive when compared to other asset classes, the latest figures show...

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Tuesday 21st November 2017

A raft of ‘anti-landlord’ policies introduced by the government have prompting concern that buy-to-let landlords with low profit margins could end up making a loss as a result of various tax changes, which will push some out of the market altogether...

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Tuesday 21st November 2017

A continuous increase in the number of cranes, hoardings and skyscraper frames around Manchester’s inner ring road is visual proof of the current Manchester City Centre housing boom. As London has seen a housing market flat line, Manchester has seen nothing short of a market boom, following economic growth and millions of pounds of investment over recent years...

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Tuesday 21st November 2017

InventoryBase has announced that it is supporting the Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC) in their bid for mandatory inventories for all private residential tenancies. An independent inventory ensures that there is no room for ambiguity during the check-in and check-out procedures, which in turn dramatically reduces the number of deposit disputes, according to InventoryBase, which provides cloud-based property inspection software...

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