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Housing supply at two-year high, agents report

Housing supply increased by 25% in July, according to the latest report from the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA). The number of available properties per NAEA ... More...



'Landlords sell up every 17 years' - Countrywide

UK landlords own their properties for an average of 17 years before selling up, according to Countrywide's latest Lettings Index. This is three years longer than the ...

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Pensioner buy-to-let hotspots revealed

Brandon in Suffolk is the most profitable location for pensioners to invest in buy-to-let property with an average yield of 8.59%. This is according to research from ...

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Majority of landlords have not installed carbon monoxide alarm, say tenants

Some 71% of landlords have not yet organised a carbon monoxide alarm in their rental property, according to a survey of tenants carried out by Axa ...

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The gap between buying and renting narrows

The cost of buying a home for first-time buyers is £670 a year lower than renting, according to new research by Halifax. The average monthly costs associated ...

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Good communication crucial to ending tenancy disputes

The importance of good communication between landlords and tenants at the end of a tenancy has been further highlighted by recent research from tenancy deposit protection ...

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TMW unveils its cheapest ever fixed buy-to-let deals

The Mortgage Works (TMW) has launched its cheapest ever fixed-rate buy-to-let products with rate cuts of up to 0.50%. It has also added new two-year and five-year ...

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Remortgaging resurgent as lending almost doubles

The number of remortgages has leapt almost 90% in the last year after a major surge in July, new figures show. The number of remortgage loans in ...

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Gazumping on the decline, says eMoov

The number of buyers being gazumped has fallen by 40% since October 2014, according to online estate agent eMoov. The agency surveyed 1,000 homeowners and found that ...

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Young investors keen to crash the buy-to-let party

As many as four million 18 to 39-year-olds are actively trying to purchase a buy-to-let property to cash in on the boom, new research suggests. Almost half ...

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Petition against rental tax change nears 14,000 signatures

A petition to oppose the proposed change in buy to let landlords’ tax breaks is nearing the 14,000-signature mark – but still has some way to ...

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