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Surge in buy-to-let activity post-Brexit

PROPERTY investors in Yorkshire remain undeterred by the political and economic challenges arising from Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, according to latest statistics. read more
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Yorkshire Bucks Buy -To-Let Trend As New Stamp Duty Hike Fails To Dampen Investors' Love Affair With Property

YORKSHIRE'S love affair with property investment shows no signs of abating - despite recent tax changes. read more
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Opportunity knocks for buy-to-let investors in race to beat new tax charge

THE starting gun has been fired in the race to invest in buy-to-let properties before new tax changes come into force.

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Linley & Simpson Buy to Let Update October 2015

Why buy-to-let is growing in popularity as a good 'home' for your investment money

YORKSHIRE remains in the throes of a buy-to-let boom.

Investors are being spurred on by an all-time high demand among tenants for homes to rent, wedded to new financial freedoms which allow pension pots to be channelled into property purchases for the first time.

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Boost for Investors as Linley & Simpson Adds Extra Dimension to Specialist Buy-To-Let Service

THE upsurge in house sales across Yorkshire has been so strong that it has become one of the first places in the UK to bid farewell to "accidental landlords".

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Changes In Pension Rules Open Up Opportunities In Buy-To-Let

Independent residential sales and letting agency, Linley & Simpson, has built up one of Yorkshire’s largest portfolio of managed rental properties since it launched 18 years ago.

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Buy to let boom continues with new mortgage highs

The buy to let sector is at its strongest for six years according to data released by the Bank of England. Lending for buy to let mortgages jumped to a whopping £8 billion in the third quarter of this year - the highest quarterly lending volume since 2008 and up from £5.9 billion in the same period of 2013.

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Triple Boost For Buy-To-Let Investors

LINLEY & Simpson has welcomed widespread media coverage on the growing resurgence of the buy-to-let market.

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Property Targeted As New Pension Rules Free Up Investments

NEW figures have revealed that the continuing low interest rates for savers are fuelling a buy-to-let boom.

The statistics echo the experience of Linley & Simpson, which has witnessed an upturn in the number of families making their first foray into the buy-to-let market having grown increasingly impatient with rock-bottom returns on their savings and investments.

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10-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Launched 'To Fill Gap'

THE intense competition in the home loan market has been underlined with the recent launch of a 10-year fixed rate buy-to-let mortgage. The Mortgage Works unveiled the only off-the-shelf loan at an interest rate of 4.99 per cent with a £995 fee. The mortgage is available to borrowers with a deposit of at least 25 per cent.

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