Saturday, Jul 08, 2006

Buy to let, have the sums ever 'added up' for most investors?

Firstrung: Buy to let, the table never lies

So, are landlords having to pay more for acquiring properties even though the rents and therefore yields are falling? Worse still, if they are assuming that the properties they already hold have increased in value, based on widely held statistics, then perhaps they should take a peek at the latest Halifax report citing an across the board 1.2% fall in the month of June. To assume that terraced properties have increased by 5.39% in a month is quite simply fanciful....

Posted by Converted Lurker @ 07:03 PM (537 views)
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