Latest mortgage news - Buy-to-let


07 May 2020

Home buyers back to browsing property since Covid-19 lockdown

The number of hours home buyers spend online looking for property has increased since the lockdown with 40% rise in London.

14 Apr 2020

Mortgage payment holidays given to 1.2 million homeowners

Lenders have agreed to give 1.2 million homeowners impacted by the Coronavirus crisis a mortgage payment holiday.

01 Apr 2020

Fixed rate mortgage costs are lower as lenders withdraw products

The cost of fixed rate mortgages for borrowers has reduced but Coronavirus fears have seen lenders withdraw many products.

20 Mar 2020

Buy-to-let landlords offered mortgage holidays if rent not paid by tenants

The Chancellor has extended the three-month mortgage holiday to buy-to-let landlords if tenants cannot pay rent due to Coronavirus.

01 Mar 2020

Top 10 most valuable home improvements you can make revealed

Find out what are the top ten ways you can improve the quality of life that are also the most profitable home improvements.

03 Feb 2020

Buy-to-let investors benefit from lower fixed mortgage rates

Fixed rate mortgage rates are reducing and set to fall further to the benefit of buy-to-let investors with more competition in 2020.

14 Oct 2019

Urban green spaces can raise nearby house prices by £2,500, says ONS

Urban homes near public parks, gardens and playing fields are more expensive adding 1.1% premium to the value of your property.

04 Apr 2019

Docklands in London attracts most demand as rental hotspot

Zoopla reveals the highest rental demand in London are for homes in Docklands which can benefit buy-to-let investors owners.

21 Mar 2019

Top buy-to-let hotspots with the highest yields revealed

Falling house prices in the north has increased yields with Rochdale the best town for buy-to-let landlords.

01 Nov 2018

UK house price growth is the slowest for five years

An uncertain economic outlook from Brexit and squeeze on household budgets sees house prices at slowest growth since May 2013.

13 Aug 2018

Interest rate rise likely to increase mortgage costs for homeowners

The Bank of England has raised interest rates by 0.75% which increases the cost to homeowners with variable rate mortgages.

23 Sep 2017

House prices in university towns are up by 22% over the course of a degree

Parents could be better off buying a student flat than paying children’s rent as prices in university towns rise £38,666 during a three year course.

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