Another company that has already issued a positive trading update in June and as a result there are unlikely to be any major surprises in the numbers. The King’s Lynn based group derive around 44% of revenue from North America, so comments regarding this market will be worth noting.
Oldham and Liverpool closely followed and the 10 best areas to come a landlord are in Northern regions. Leeds had the highest yield of all 100 cities and towns surveyed at 6.92%. Dan Gandesha, founder of Property Partner, said: “What our research reveals is a clear North-South divide in the investment opportunities facing buy-to-let landlords. “It just goes to show, you shouldn’t always follow the crowd and the right investment could be on your doorstep where there is far less overall demand.”
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Selecting a term
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