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  • Property-a-holics

    Is BTL still viable for first time landlord?

    Which? have produced an article on this very topic.

    It concludes:

    Is buy-to-let still worthwhile in 2019?

    As you might have gathered, becoming a landlord in 2019 can be a complicated business, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a bad idea. Before investing in property, you’ll need to do lots of research into the local market and be confident that the property will be able to achieve good capital growth (increase in value over time) and rental yield (the percentage of the property’s value brought in by rent each year).

    With the housing market slowing down, properties are no longer enjoying the significant capital growth they once were. And as uncertainty over Brexit continues, it’s best to proceed with caution. Good rental yields can still be found, though. The latest tracker from Your Move claims that investors in the North East of England are enjoying returns of around 5%.

    To learn more about the pros and cons of property investment, check out our story on whether buy-to-let is still worthwhile in 2019. 

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    Lenders who accept first time landlords was the most popular search of UK mortgage criteria in June, according to data from Knowledge Bank.

    Recent data revealed that the choice of buy-to-let products for first-time landlords is at a record high.

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