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15
Aug

With the Bank of England’s most recent set of gloomy announcements for the UK economy, inflation is set to reach 13% by the end of 2022. ‘With inflation at this incredible high, many of the discussions we’ve had with prospective UK expat and foreign national investors have centred around whether or not it is wise…

02
Aug

As of August 1st, the Bank of England has relaxed mortgage affordability rules. Liquid Expat Mortgages explains why this is good news for first time UK expat and foreign national investors. Unpacking the Relaxed Mortgage Affordability Rules for UK Expat and Foreign National Investors. ‘The Bank of England’s recent relaxing of mortgage affordability rules should…

12
Jul

The continual increase in the numbers of landlords looking toward limited company buy-to-let mortgages shows UK expats and foreign nationals the best way to use a UK expat or foreign national buy-to-let mortgage. UK Expat Limited Company Buy-to-Let Growing Again. According to a survey conducted by Paragon Bank, the number of landlords looking at limited…

06
Jun

With June underway, the holiday season is coming into full swing and many British travellers are turning their minds to sun, relaxation, and trips away. However, an increasing number of holidaymakers are looking towards UK stays or ‘staycations’ as the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic continue to influence behaviours in everyday life. Why Holiday Lets?…

23
May

What is the Most Recent Interest Rate Rise? On the 5thMay, the Bank of England raised the base rate by another 0.25%, bringing it to 1% – the highest base rate since 2009. Who is Most Affected? The base rate rise is obviously of the most interest – and concern – to those on standard…

05
Apr

With reports that inflation will average 7.4% this year, Rishi Sunak’s spring budget was expected to help mitigate the effects of the spiralling cost of living. With a view to doing this, the chancellor announced a 5p cut on fuel duty, a 1% cut in basic rate income tax (to come into force in 2024),…

14
Mar

As of 2025, new EPC rules mean that landlords will not be able to accept tenants in a property with an EPC rating of a D or below. And these new rules surrounding the permissible EPC ratings of rental properties have already begun to shape investor behaviours. What’s Happening in Response to New EPC Rules?…

07
Mar

With the cost of living rising in the UK, Liquid Expat Mortgages looks at how the market conditions for domestic buyers might act as a buoy for those utilising a UK expat or foreign national mortgage. Domestic Buyer Conditions Increase Availability for UK Expats and Foreign Nationals – The Rising Cost of Living. The bank of…

01
Feb

There has been a notable rise in the number of buy-to-let landlords holding their properties in a limited company instead of in their name. We have discussed this before. But, according to Companies House, there were 47,400 new buy-to-let company incorporations in 2021. With this trend really set to stay, it’s time to look at…

19
Oct

Buy-to-let UK property has long been seen as a lucrative investment, often used to provide an inheritance for the investor’s children, as a pension alternative, or as an ancillary form of income. Buy-to-let investors are looking North. And UK expat buy-to-let investors need to be looking North too! There’s also been a clear growth in…

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