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UK Buy-to-Let guide 2017

Experience Invest has released a new 2017 UK Buy-to-Let Guide to highlight some of the most important changes that landlords and investors should expect.

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UK Buy-to-Let guide 2017

New UK Buy-to-Let Guide 2017

Over the last few years, UK landlords and investors have been hit by a wave of changes which may make the country’s thriving buy-to-let market appear less favourable.

New for 2017, Experience Invest has created a new UK Buy-to-Let Guide to provide landlords and investors with the information they need to know about how to combat the latest changes.

From expert advice to a look back at how the sector has emerged as the no.1 asset for UK investors, the UK Buy-to-Let Guide contains useful help and advice for existing landlords and investors who are starting a property portfolio.

What’s in the UK Buy-to-Let Guide?

  • Ask the Experts: How will buy-to-let tax changes affect landlords in 2017?
  • History behind the UK’s no.1 investment choice
  • The big question: Should you invest in buy-to-let in 2017?
  • Compare assets and find out which property sector will boost your property portfolio
  • Location guide: 2017 UK property hotspots
  • Find out about the UK’s Build to Rent sector and why is it important
  • Extra reading: Where to find more information

The future of UK buy-to-let

With over 5 million people now residing in private rental homes across the country, and the demand for rental homes continuing to rise, we take a look at how the market will change shape over the next few years.

Despite the recent changes, a new survey conducted by Experience Invest has shown that UK buy-to-let remains the number one choice for those looking to invest their money.

31% of 2,000 respondents said that they would invest in property, 11% would consider putting their money into ISAs, 9% in gold shares, 8% in overseas property, 6% in stocks and shares, 5% in start-up businesses, 2% in vintage cars and antiques and 28% in other commodities.