A quarter of landlords have raised the rent on their buy-to-let properties to mitigate the impending mortgage interest relief changes, a poll has revealed.
A TWO-bedroomed, mid-terrace house goes under the hammer later this month with a guide price of just £10,000.
Numbers retiring in debt in 2017 is highest for seven years with nearly 40% still owing payments for debts such as interest-only mortgages
Renting in London:room prices may be falling, but a quarter of house sharers in London still spend more than half their wages on rent
According to the survey, 91% of homeowners think their house’s value has increased in the years since they bought it, by an average of £33,125.
Average property prices soar by 700 per cent in two decades. A new report reveals house prices in the borough of Hackney have shot up by an average of £531,000 over the last two decades
One of central London’s smallest detached homes has been put on the market for the first time in 50 years for a high price – almost three times the UK average.
First-time buyers borrowed £5.1 billion from mortgage companies in December, far above the same month in 2015, and the highest December figure since the CML’s records began in 1974.
Cost and location are the two key factors that influence property choices for more than four out of five tenants
Average house prices in Scotland increased by 0.2% in December 2016 and sales volumes reached their highest level for nine years, the latest index shows.
Higher taxes and political and economic uncertainty have continued to suppress prime London residential values throughout 2016, according to new research.
Tenants in the UK private rented sector face potential rent increases of up to 30% as a result of tax changes, it is claimed in a new analysis report.
The gap between average London property prices and the rest of England & Wales has more than doubled over two decades, analysis by Lloyds Bank claims.
Two in five (41%) of UK homeowners viewed six or more properties before buying their last home, Your Move has revealed.
Tenants in the private rented sector in parts of the UK are choosing to live in cold homes out of fear of high heating bills and losing their tenancy, according to new research.
The majority of residential landlords in London and elsewhere in the UK do not intend to buy or sell more properties to let in the next five years, new research has found.
Three in five (58%) landlords are making plans to deal with the upcoming changes to mortgage tax relief, Paragon Mortgages’ latest Private Rented Sector (PRS) Trends report has revealed.
Landlords in London are more likely to use a letting agent than in the rest of the country, lenders say.
The number of properties sold across prime London fell 21% in the last three months of last year, compared with the final quarter of 2015.
Nearly 17% of properties currently available on the private rented sector could become unrentable by 2018 if government plans for new legislation go ahead, according to fresh data released by Urban.co.uk.