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The best commuter hotspots near London to invest in buy-to-let property

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Landlords are struggling: changes to stamp duty and tweaks to interest rate relief on buy-to-let mortgages mean it is harder than ever to make investing in property work.

The areas with high yields that make good investments are largely in the north of England; Private Finance suggests Manchester, Edinburgh, Nottingham and Liverpool have the highest yields, owing to strong rental demand.

But there are areas in the South where buy-to-let still makes sense: new exclusive research by Redrow and Dataloft has revealed the best commuter ­locations near London to invest in. These areas combine fast travel times into the capital with the highest yields, strong rental demand, and the lower stamp duty...



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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?

      • down 5% +
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