The latest research by lettings management platform, Howsy, has looked at where across the UK offers the best rental yields for a buy-to-let investment when it comes to staycation potential.
Making that first move to London for work can be a daunting task, and the right balance of location and rental cost can make or break your experience of living in the capital.
The latest research by deposit replacement scheme Ome, has highlighted how detrimental a rental strike could be to London’s buy to let sector and the unintended consequences this would have on the capital’s tenants.
Demand for rental properties has increased by 2% between the first and second quarters of this year, although it remains -3% below levels seen this time last year.
The number of rental deposit disputes lodged with Hamilton Fraser’s government-backed deposit scheme, mydeposits, has fallen by -15% across England so far this year.
The latest research by international rental marketplace Spotahome has found that London’s tenants can reduce their rental outgoings by as much as -28% simply by crossing the Thames.
The latest data on the cost of renting from the Office for National Statistics was released last week showing that rents in England have increased to their highest level on record.
Renting in a London borough with good transport connectivity can cost you 101% more in rent according to the latest research by international rental marketplace Spotahome. The research also shows that tenants pay £87 in rent for every train or tram stop present in each borough of the capital.
The latest research by lettings management platform, Howsy, has looked at the facts and figures of investing in London’s buy-to-let sector.
The average person in the UK spends £826 on a week of sun, sea and sand each year, however with many travel restrictions still in place, a trip abroad is looking increasingly unlikely in 2020.
Things are starting to kick off in the Premier League, with Newcastle looking set to become one of the richest clubs in the world and confirmation that games will recommence on the 17th June.
Traversing the rental market at present is a tricky business and it can be even trickier if you have a furry friend with you, or any other pet for that matter.
The latest research by Spotahome, the international rental marketplace, has highlighted which of Europe’s most popular capital cities for working professionals is home to the best mix of rental affordability and safety; for those looking to move once travel lockdown restrictions have eased.
Research by lettings management platform, Howsy, has found that when it comes to rental yields surrounding the UK's top 25 airports, just one offers a return above the UK average of 5%.
In the wake of last week’s ease of property market restrictions, the number of rental properties hitting the market surged by as much as +44% in some UK cities as landlords returned and letting agents were able to resume business.
With many of us still restricted to working from home or on furlough, research by deposit replacement scheme Ome, shows the average UK commuter is saving £66 a month that would have otherwise been spent travelling to and from work.
The latest research by Spotahome, the international rental marketplace, has revealed online visits and engagement by homebuyers and tenants across 28 European nations has fallen by an average of just -0.4% monthly since November last year. However, in the UK the decline has been greater at -4.1%, as many have been unable to follow through with their search due to the property industry lockdown.
Rental deposit replacement scheme, Ome, has brought forward the launch of their free to use Rental Wellbeing Helpline this week, as the company’s latest research highlights the sharp increase in the cost of renting for many UK tenants who now find themselves on furlough due to the spread of the Coronavirus.
The latest research by peer to peer finance platform, Sourced Capital, has looked at the best alternative investments to make for those currently wary about entering the buy-to-let market due to the current pandemic.
The latest research by lettings management platform, Howsy, has revealed where is currently home to the largest uplift in appetite for shared rental homes amongst tenants.
Latest research from lettings management platform, Howsy, has revealed the pockets of the UK rental market currently registering the strongest yields, as well as those that have seen yields increase despite the current pandemic.
Research by rental deposit replacement scheme, Ome, has highlighted how a lockdown reduction in rental stock entering the market could result in higher rental and deposit costs for UK tenants.
Our research shows that across England, two-bed properties make by far the best investment option with the average yield at 4.8% compared to 4.1% for a one bed, 4.5% for a three bed and 3.6% for properties with four or more bedrooms.
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