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6 ways landlords can maximise their buy-to-let profits in 2020

As landlord numbers continue to drop, Which? offers advice to buy-to-let investors on how to make their portfolio more profitable.

Buy-to-let landlords: where in the UK are rents rising fastest?

Which? assesses new data that shows rents are rising in every region of the UK, and offers advice on finding the right rental property as a buy-to-let investor.

Where can buy-to-let landlords make their money back the quickest?

New research claims to reveal the best cities for landlords hoping to recoup their initial investment costs quickly.

Landlords: should you sell your buy-to-let properties?

Which? assesses the options available at a chaotic time for buy-to-let landlords, including selling up, remortgaging, or expanding your portfolio.

Landlords: is now the time to invest in a buy-to-let property in London?

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?

Buy-to-let for parents: should you invest in a property for your kids?

Which? explains the key things you'll need to consider before investing in a buy-to-let property for a child, including the mortgage and tax implications.

First-time buyers: should you invest in a buy-to-let property in 2019?

We explain the pros and cons of property investment for first-time buyers and offer advice on how to get a buy-to-let mortgage.

Is buy-to-let still worthwhile in 2019?

Reports of the death of buy-to-let may be premature, but there’s no hiding the fact that it’s a complicated time to be a landlord. And as we settle in to...

London: buy-to-let hotspot or not?

Rents are down in the capital, but does that mean landlords should stay away and invest elsewhere? We explore what's happening across the country.

New tax burden for landlords

Thousands of landlords are ditching buy-to-let: can you still make a profit?

Which? explains new data that shows thousands of rental homes are being sold off every month, and offers tips on how landlords can make a profit in 2018.

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