Rosemont Woods – Landlord Investor

Rosemont Woods – Landlord Investor

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Bank of England on Buy To Let Lending

The Bank of England is expected to signal a clampdown on buy-to-let lending when it reports on the mortgage market for landlords. The Bank has been watching the buy-to-let market for some time and is concerned about the amount of money pumped into the market and its vulnerability to even a small rise in borrowing costs. Threadneedle Street’s regulatory arm, the Prudential Regulation Authority, will on Tuesday publish a report on underwriting standards for buy-to-let mortgage lenders alongside scenarios for testing the financial strength of Britain’s banks. The Bank is concerned that lenders have relaxed standards for landlords, creating conditions for a property crash. Potential measures to rein in the market include limiting the percentage of buy-to-let mortgages for each lender, tightening the terms of such mortgages or forcing lenders to use more capital for the loans. Bank of England must burst the buy-to-let bubble now.  The buy-to-let market has jumped back to life in recent years with interest rates at all-time lows, making borrowing cheap and offering little return for people with money in the bank. The chancellor’s stamp duty surcharge on second-home purchases, designed to cool the market, has prompted a short-term frenzy of buying before the 1 April deadline, further pushing up house prices. George Osborne said last week he was ready to give the Bank’s financial policy committee further scope to restrict buy-to-let lending. With over 20,000 investment homes to choose from, British Homes Group can provide a fully managed leaseback agreement and bonus access to an exclusive rental partnership with Virgin Holidays. The partnership can assist and support investors in finding reliable tenants in...

Buy-to-let landlord surge in UK

Buy-to-let landlord surge ignites chain reaction in housing market, from the Guardian Rightmove claims landlord rush to beat stamp duty surcharge fuelled rise in homeowners selling up and trading up The average asking price of homes coming on to the market has risen to a new high, increasing by 1.3% over the past month to an average of £307,033 as landlords raced to buy properties ahead of an increase in stamp duty. According to the property website Rightmove, the change to stamp duty on 1 April helped “ignite an onward chain reaction”, with landlords snapping up homes at the bottom of the ladder and former owners moving on. The average asking price for properties typically bought by first-time buyers was down by 1.4% over the month to £182,926, when inner London was excluded, but there were rises in the price tags of larger homes. The asking price for three- and four-bedroom properties newly listed in April was up by 0.6% on the previous month, at £257,871, while at the top of the ladder homes with at least five bedrooms and four-bed detached properties, were being marketed for 1.9% more than in March, at an average of £546,232. With over 20,000 investment homes to choose from, British Homes Group can provide a fully managed leaseback agreement and bonus access to an exclusive rental partnership with Virgin Holidays. The partnership can assist and support investors in finding reliable tenants in order to make the most of the property. For more information please contact British Homes Group today on +1 407 396 9914 or visit www.britishhomesgroup.com Office: (1) 407 777 9307 www.BuyToLetHomes.com | www.BritishHomesGroup.com...

Explaining Brexit

Read a good article in the New York Times today covering what’s going back home in regards to Brexit, as its become known. Here are some key points… What is Britain deciding? The referendum will ask voters whether the country should remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union. The arguments for leaving…Those who favor leaving argue that the European Union has changed enormously over the last four decades with regard to the size and the reach of its bureaucracy, diminishing British influence and sovereignty. The arguments for staying…Those who want to stay say that a medium-size island needs to be part of a larger part of like-minded countries to have real influence and security in the world, and that leaving would be economically costly. Who is arguing to stay? Prime Minister David Cameron, most of the Conservative government, the Labour Party, the Liberal Democrats and the Scottish National Party, which is strongly pro-Europe. Most independent economists and large businesses favour staying in, as do the most recent heads of Britain’s intelligence services. President Obama, Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany and President Xi Jinping of China also want Britain to stay in. Who is arguing to leave? Michael Gove, the justice minister, and Boris Johnson, the former mayor of London. Nearly half the Conservative members of Parliament favour leaving, as do the members of the U.K. Independence Party, or UKIP, and its leader, Nigel Farage. Their main issues are sovereignty and immigration. Abroad, the French National Front leader Marine Le Pen favors Brexit, as do other anti-Europe parties in Germany, the Netherlands and elsewhere. What...
International Property Buyers Looking for Safe Markets

International Property Buyers Looking for Safe Markets

According to a recent article on Tranio  foreign investors are stable markets to protect their capital. Investors with USD and GBP have gained purchasing power in Eurozone countries. In Q1 2015, Eurozone property searches originating in the UK grew by 37% year-on-year. Property prices in Spain grew by 2.8% and experts forecast further improvement for the next 2–3 years. British buyers made their way back to Europe this year thanks to the UK’s strengthening economy, growing wages and a strong pound. They are now, once again, the leading foreign buyer segment on the market according to rightmove.co.uk External stimulus came from the EU’s cheap credit and terrorism against European holidaymakersfurther abroad, which in turn has brought people back to safer shores. Overseas buyers in Spain made up 31% of total investments during H1 2015 and prices finally climbed out of their seven-year plungein 2015. 350 Europeans were killed in November alone in a spate of ISIS attacks that’s heightened pressure on national real estate markets and local authorities. So while 2015 has seen international middle class buyers exit foreign markets due to currency volatility, super-affluent investors (e.g., over $30 million in assets) are becoming more prominent both in terms of real estate purchases and media attention. Consider Orlando for your ‘safe haven’ property portfolio! With over 20,000 investment homes to choose from, British Homes Group can provide a fully managed leaseback agreement and bonus access to an exclusive rental partnership with Virgin Holidays. The partnership can assist and support investors in finding reliable tenants in order to make the most of the property. For more information please contact British Homes Group...