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London house prices fall – is now the time to invest in buy-to-let?

Falling house prices combined with rising rents mean London could be attractive to potential landlords - so where are the best London areas for buy-to-let?

What will Brexit mean for buy-to-let landlords?

Which? explains how the UK's exit from the EU could affect buy-to-let landlords, including right to rent, house prices, mortgage costs and yields.

Revealed: the cheapest fixed-term buy-to-let mortgage rates

Buy-to-let mortgage rates dropped in April. Which? finds the lowest-rate deals and explains how to find the right mortgage for your circumstances.

Will setting up a limited company give you a cheaper buy-to-let mortgage rate?

More portfolio landlords are incorporating to lower their tax bill - but what does this mean for the buy-to-let mortgages available to you? Which? investigates.

Revealed: the best areas for buy-to-let yields and rents

Rent prices are increasing faster in the South West than any other region in England and Wales, according to a new report – but it’s the second-worst area for yield....

Can you get a buy-to-let mortgage with a small deposit?

Which? assesses the options available to prospective buy-to-let investors with small deposits, including advice on how to compare mortgage deals.

8 things buy-to-let landlords need to know for the 2019-20 tax year

The 2019-20 tax year could hike up some landlords’ tax bills and bring a windfall for others. Which? explains the changes coming on 6 April.

Landlords: what do tenants want from your buy-to-let property?

With rental income shrinking for the first time in a decade, landlords need to consider what their tenants truly value in a property. Rental income fell by £1.9bn from 2017...

New HMO mortgages launched for buy-to-let landlords: how do they compare?

Which? assesses the mortgage market for landlords letting out houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) as Leeds Building Society launches new deals.

Buy-to-let landlords must join redress scheme or face a £5,000 fine

Which? explains how government plans to introduce a single dispute resolution system could affect landlords.

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