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Revealed: The UKs buy to let hotspots

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Cash in on the UK’s buy-to-let hotspots

Find out where you could build the most profitable property portfolio

With bank’s savings rates so disappointingly low, now could be the time to move your money into the increasingly competitive rental market. If you can take advantage of the soaring demand for rented accommodation you could see a double-digit return on your investment if you know where to look. Use our interactive map to scour the UK and find the postcode areas that offer the best yields.



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So, presuming they're suggesting you buy a BTL in a location based on best yield rather than near to where you live...

You could be 400 miles away from your BTL, so totally reliant on agecy/plumbers etc to fix problems... Which will cost you an arm and a leg and you've have no way of checking their work.

This is in addition to why the f##k would you buy a BTL in Burnley/leeds full stop!

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32 minutes ago, hotairmail said:

The figure for the York rent at £1,876 per month looks wrong. It's higher than all those London properties at the bottom of the table.

Oh, you start with your desired yield and just make up the numbers to fit it.

For all the tweeness of (bits of) Central York, its basically a blue collar place with not great employment prospect.

£800/month is a high rent for York.

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