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Posts Tagged ‘Buy-To-Let Mortgage

03
Aug

The process of purchasing and managing a buy-to-let property can be difficult, especially if you’re an expat or foreign national. However, it can also be an incredibly lucrative investment that pays dividends throughout your working life, into your retirement and even through the lifetime of your children to whom you may leave an inheritance. If…

13
Jul

From prompting the rise of the commuter area, pushing up the cost of houses, contributing to rising rents and creating a two-speed market, the COVID-19 Pandemic has changed many things about the property market. However, one recent change is that it is now cheaper to rent a home than to buy one. We look at…

27
Apr

Buying off-plan can seem both tempting and scary. While many off-plan brochures can seem incredibly attractive, offering high rental yields for buy-to-let investors, it’s important to do your homework and make sure that your off-plan buy-to-let property is ‘mortgage friendly’ to save you time, money and stress when you come to complete. What is buying…

26
Apr

The UK property market is a tried and tested model for solid investment. The strength and resilience of UK property seen over the last twelve months is testament to this. But buying a UK property as an Australian foreign national brings with it a whole host of hurdles. We’ve prepared a quick guide for some…

20
Apr

What’s Happening with Cash Buyers in the Buy-to-Let Market? Fewer landlords are purchasing buy-to-let property with cash. Instead, more and more landlords are looking to utilise buy-to-let mortgages. In 2017, 62% of landlords buying rental properties bought with cash. Since then, this percentage has been steadily falling. In 2017, 62% of buy-to-let purchases were through…

24
Sep

Owning a UK property is a financial goal for many foreign nationals. And it’s a good goal to have – UK properties can yield rewarding dividends as investments and are generally considered safe and secure. If you’re not British, it might seem difficult to buy a UK property. However, it’s actually easier than you might…

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