UK Buy to let Property
Investing in a buy-to-let property in the UK can be a lucrative way to use your money and provide a steady income stream to the investor for many years to come. Buy-to-let properties are viewed as reliable investments because they provide rental income paid by tenants and potential capital growth on the property.
Latest reports show that property prices are still increasing around the UK, especially within regional cores that are also seeing increasing rental demand due to high property prices. Buy-to-Let represents a mature market and it’s estimated that by 2039, 55% of the sector will be renting over purchasing.
UK residential property in the right location could see you make significant returns from both rental yields and capital growth.
How does the Investment Work?
With local experts on hand across Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa, our experienced sales and aftersales teams are dedicated to offering a clear and transparent service at every stage of the process. Our in-house team can handle all elements of the sale, including exchange, completion and property management. We have a wide range of buy to let property investments across the UK which are in great locations, offering excellent rental demand to ensure that you always have someone looking to rent your property.
Some key reasons why an investor should consider UK Residential Accommodation
Capital growth potential
Property values in the UK continue to rise with regional locations and commuter belt hotspots offering some of the best growth potential
Reliable rental return
With demand for privately rented property at an all-time high, investors can secure a lucrative income stream for many years to come.
Established asset class
Residential buy-to-let property is familiar asset class and is a popular choice for first-time and established investors.
The UK market has room to grow because of the lack of new homes being built. Rents are predicted to continue with steady growth, rising by 1.4% in 2017, by 2% in 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 to a cumulative 9.8%. Around 300,000 new homes are required to be built each year.