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Landlord Investor Magazine Nov 2014

Take a look at the latest issue of the Landlord Investor magazine, which will be distributed today at the Landlord Investor Show in London.

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A profile of the “average” U.K. landlord

average landlord

New research commissioned by one of the UK’s biggest Buy-to-Let (BTL) lenders, BM Solutions, creates an interesting profile of the “average” UK landlord. According to the research results, the average UK landlord – Earns nearly £60,000 a year – more than twice the annual average salary of £27,174 Owns a property portfolio of eight or […]

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UK house prices are rising fast!

new build houses

UK house prices rose by 9.9% in April compared with the same month a year ago, according to official figures. The Office for National Statistics said UK house prices have risen nationwide. In London prices were up 18.7% and remains the driving force behind the housing revival. But excluding London and the South East of England, […]

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CXG Invest re-tweeted by Housing Minister, Kris Hopkins M.P.

Kris Hopkins Twitter

If you are interested in keeping up to date with property news and views, then you can follow us on twitter @CXGInvest. We share lots of interesting property-related stories and information, including, last week, the launch of the new Government “How to Rent” Guide which gives private rented sector tenants the need to know rental […]

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Starting out in Buy-To-Let – tips for getting it right.

coloured property

According to a leading industry body, tenants are facing increasing competition as supply in the private rented sector contracts. The Association of Residential Lettings Agents latest quarterly research found that 59% of respondents reported more would-be tenants than properties available. This figure represents the second successive increase, from 46% in Q3 2013 to 54% in […]

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Parliament vote against banning letting agents from charging fees to tenants


  At 7:30pm on Tuesday MP’s voted on whether the Consumer Rights Bill should be amended to ban letting agents from charging fees to tenants. With a vote of 228 for and 281 against, the amendment was not made. Labour’s Member for Walthamstow, Stella Creasy, tabled the opposition’s motion in an effort to prevent agents charging […]

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