Beleaguered property investors are turning their attention from buy-to-let to holiday lets, in a bid to escape the regulatory and taxation changes in the private rented sector.
Brexit uncertainty could lead to more Britons holidaying in the UK, bolstering demand for holiday let rental homes. This could happen during 2019, in an already growing rental market space.
Despite some turbulence in the financial markets, results revealed that the bridging market grew by 18% last year while the housing market remained flat - suggesting 2018 was a year where borrowers decided to opt for fast and flexible loans, but what does the future look like for the bridging loan market?
Based on observations and conversations over the past year, there appears to have been an increase in the search for international funds coming through London brokers.
I bet you didn’t know that crest-tailed mulgara, a pocket-sized predator, once believed extinct, has now been rediscovered in the Australian outback?
As 2019 gets underway, and economic conditions continue to be uncertain, it is important for buy-to-let investors to be on top of the market and its changes.
Neil Cobbold, chief operating officer of PayProp UK The next 12 months will shape the future of the lettings industry. A combination of key new legislation, market consolidation, a challenging market for landlords and changing consumer habits will force letting agencies to adapt and evolve to remain successful. Tough times for landlords present challenges for […]
Andrew Turner, chief executive at Commercial Trust. As 2018 draws to an end, there has been much to reflect upon in the buy-to-let market. An evolving market The past couple of years have seen lender competition rise in the buy-to-let market. This has helped to drive buy-to-let mortgage interest rates down and led to an […]
Jonathan Samuels, founder and chief executive of Octane Capital And so the end of another year approaches, as ever surprising many of us in the process. But as we edge closer to the finish line tape of 2018, you sense next year could deliver no end of curveballs at best. And a black swan at worst. Without […]
What a mess! Most people provisioned for uncertainty, not many for huge internal political chaos, but that’s where we are. Theresa May and Jose Mourinho have more than you think in common. Both have risen to the top, both have earned and deserve respect, both have found it too difficult to deal within and too […]