Britain’s best buy-to-let investment locations for a high yield

Research by nationwide buy-to-let specialist, Sequre Property Investment , has revealed which major cities are home to the largest level of high yield rental homes, as well as which property type presents the best opportunity for a robust buy-to-let return.

Sequre Property Investment analysed current market stock looking at the level of high yield investment opportunities available...

Where do we need more rental properties?

The latest research by nationwide buy-to-let specialist, Sequre Property Investment , has revealed which regions of England present the most promising opportunities for buy-to-let landlords based on a shortage of stock in the current rental market.

By analysing the overall stock levels of private rented homes in each region of England and comparing it with the number of available...

Just 19% of landlords have plans to offload their buy-to-let portfolio in the next five years

The latest research by the nationwide buy-to-let specialist, Sequre Property Investment , has revealed that despite a string of government changes around stamp duty, tax relief and a potential change to capital gains tax, UK landlords remain undeterred where their investment intentions are concerned.

While changes to tax relief and a three per cent increase to the rate of stamp duty...

North of England provides the highest rent yields for buy-to-let landlords

The latest research by Birmingham and Newcastle-based property developer, StripeHomes , has examined where in England buy-to-let landlords can achieve the best rent yields, discovering that the North provides the most valuable investment opportunities.

The buy-to-let industry has endured some tough times in the last couple of years. Not only has COVID-19 profoundly affected the...

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Buy-to-let yields remain flat year on year and here are the property pockets bucking the trend

The latest research from peer to peer investment platform, Sourced Capital , has revealed that buy-to-let rental yields have remained largely flat, up just 0.1% year on year.

In England, they’ve fallen by -0.1% while regionally London has seen an even greater decline with a drop of -0.2%.

However, this hasn’t been the case everywhere. The North East has seen an annual...