13:16 PM, 26th March 2012, About 9 years ago
There is a wide variety of buy to let mortgage news for both landlords and letting agents in today’s newsletter with a spotlight feature on how our but to let mortgage calculator can assist landlords to find the most suitable deals on the market. Our columnists feature posts on whether or not to opt for a fixed rate mortgage, insuring against tenants failing to pay their rent, legal updates for Scottish landlords, managing LHA tenancies and another tried and tested strategy to reduce rental voids is revealed.
|Our Buy to Let mortgage calculator provides a detailed analysis of selected mortgage products and lenders criteria, thus helping you to decide which is best for you.|
|Buy to let Mortgage Calculator|
|The latest articles added by Neil Patterson, partner of Property118 responsible for operational management:|
|To fix or not to fix?|
|Who updates the buy to let mortgage calculator?|
|View all articles by Neil Patterson|
The latest article added by Mark Alexander, founder of Property118
|The first article from new guest columnist Jim Bauld, a leading housing lawyer in Scotland working at TC Young and specialising in housing advice for Private Sector Landlords and Registered Social Landlords.|
|Landlord Legal Update – for the real Northerners (…Scotland)|
|The latest article by John Paul, a portfolio landlord in the North East and founder of the Castledene Group of letting agents, outling his LHA top tips for landlords:|
|Managing LHA tenancies – Article 6 of a series of 8|
|View all articles by John Paul|
|The latest article added by Glenn Ackroyd, portfolio landlord, property manager, and rent to buy specialist at The National Property Group:|
|Portfolio landlord reveals secret strategy to reduce voids|
|View all articles by Glenn Ackroyd|
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