Why The Bank Of England Wants To Control Buy To Let

Why The Bank Of England Wants To Control Buy To Let

Bank of England governor Mark Carney wants buy to let mortgage rent cover ratios to ensure landlords are safeguarded from financial risk when interest rates rise. In his latest Financial Stability Report, Carney outlines his worries about landlord borrowing and...
Buy To Let Gripped By Uncertainty, Say Lenders

Buy To Let Gripped By Uncertainty, Say Lenders

The future of buy to let is uncertain for property investors due to concerns about tighter borrowing controls and changes to landlord taxes, according to lender trade body The Council of Mortgage lenders. Publishing a new study releasing a stack of new data about buy...
Top Three Rental Hot Spots In England Revealed

Top Three Rental Hot Spots In England Revealed

England’s top three rental hot spots are all in the north of England, while the worst rental returns are in London, according to new research. Manchester, Hull and Blackpool snatched the top three places in the HSBC survey of rents and yields, while Forest Heath,...
Lenders Say Buy To Let Borrowing Is Healthy And Booming

Lenders Say Buy To Let Borrowing Is Healthy And Booming

Buy to let lending surged in March as landlords borrowed £2.7 billion, according to trade body the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML). Lending by banks and building societies was up 12% in March compared to February 2015 and 21% year-on-year. Borrowing was evenly split...

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