Property118 Landlords Newsletter – Issue 98

Property118 Landlords Newsletter – Issue 98

14:56 PM, 27th February 2012, About 12 years ago 3

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This week Property118 turns the spotlight on buy to let mortgage sourcing. We round up some of the latest buy to let mortgage news, and you can see how they compare by using our mortgage calculator. The Property Maverick returns to shed light on his investment techniques while in the news HMRC are setting their task force on Scotland and there’s a case for buy to let’s worst tenant.

Featured articles
New mortgage deals for HMO and student landlords
A round up of new deals on the buy to let marketplace as well as a new iPhone app from The Mortgage Works.

Buy to let mortgage quote engine

This Buy to Let mortgage quote system will tell you who the top lenders are in the market and how they are pricing their mortgage products. It’s regularly updated and enables you to compare a wide variety of Buy to Let mortgages and see how these affect your returns.

Portfolio Analysis Calculator

Just spend a few minutes inputting key data such as value, rent, mortgages outstanding, % management fees, ongoing costs etc. and the number crunching will calculate yield, LTV, breakeven analysis, and the true costs of expenses and voids.

Today we are delighted to officially announce the winners of the Property118 Website Awards 2012 so please be sure to check out the businesses in your county whose websites we feel are useful for you to take a look at.
Property118 Website Awards Winners

The latest property industry news as sourced by the Property118 News Team

The latest articles added by the Property Maverick, Kelvin Kingsley, UK portfolio landlord and overseas developer:
Build a balanced property portfolio with no risk’ -The ‘What’, the ‘Why’
View all articles by the Property Maverick

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9:22 AM, 28th February 2012, About 12 years ago

I tried the Portfolio Analysis Calculator.

The Occupancy calculation is wrong.
e.g with fixed void period of 14 days, the occupancy goes up as the average tenancy length goes down.

Mark Alexander - Founder of Property118

15:24 PM, 28th February 2012, About 12 years ago

for the heads up Mike, it certainly does appear that something has become
corrupted in that particular algorithm. We are looking into this and it will be
fixed by the weekend.

Mark Alexander - Founder of Property118

15:44 PM, 28th February 2012, About 12 years ago


The algorithm is now fixed.

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