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Buy-to-let Market 'slowly Recovering'

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Conditions for landlords have picked up in the first half of the year according to a report out today from UCB Home Loans, the buy-to-let mortgage arm of Nationwide building society.
Investors are benefiting from rising rents, increased tenant demand and rising house prices. These factors are helping to boost rental yields – income as a proportion of a property's value - and this trend looks set to continue.
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http://business.timesonline.co.uk/article/...2192790,00.html

Conditions for landlords have picked up in the first half of the year according to a report out today from UCB Home Loans, the buy-to-let mortgage arm of Nationwide building society.
Investors are benefiting from rising rents, increased tenant demand and rising house prices. These factors are helping to boost rental yields – income as a proportion of a property's value - and this trend looks set to continue.

No vested interest then. :rolleyes:

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Slowly recovering?

I didn't realise it had slumped, I thought all BTL lanlords were rich beyond their wildest dreams.

Have we been lied to? :blink:

They must be buying these lol.

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Conditions for landlords have picked up in the first half of the year according to a report out today from UCB Home Loans, the buy-to-let mortgage arm of Nationwide building society.
Investors are benefiting from rising rents, increased tenant demand and rising house prices. These factors are helping to boost rental yields – income as a proportion of a property's value - and this trend looks set to continue.

Rising house prices boosts rental yields?

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