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Manchester property investment – could it be the story of 2018?

By brettalegrewood

A look at what 2018 might hold for property investors in Manchester. Manchester’s property market was a hotbed for buy-to-let property investment during 2017, rewarding property investors with above-average rental yields and capital growth. 2018 promises more of the same, as the benefits of devolution of power and finances to the City Council gather pace. […]

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How does productivity fit into the property investment equation?

By brettalegrewood

The Autumn Budget held some clues to where you should invest in property In Philip Hammond’s Autumn Budget Statement, much was made of ‘productivity’. It has long been suggested that the zero productivity growth in the UK economy since 2008 will weigh on economic growth. It appears that this fear is coming to pass. But […]

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Can my spouse and I reduce tax on our property investment?

By brettalegrewood

How to increase your after-tax profit despite the UK property tax changes I was asked by a couple last year how they could reduce the tax they would pay on their property investment income. They were worried about whether property investment is worth it after the UK property tax changes. David is a higher rate […]

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How to stop property tax changes reducing buy-to-let investment profits

By brettalegrewood

Buy-to-let investment strategies you should be considering NOW New investment research by mydeposits.co.uk – a government authorised protection scheme for landlords, letting agents and tenants – has found that almost half of buy-to-let investors are planning changes to the way they hold property as a response to UK property tax changes imposed over the last […]

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Could residential property boost your investment returns in the low interest rate environment?

By brettalegrewood

Should you reweight your investment portfolio? Increasing numbers of economists are coming around to my point of view – interest rates in the UK are unlikely to rise before 2019. It means that your investment portfolio could come under increasing pressure to make worthwhile income. Especially with inflation rising (it’s currently at 2.6%), traditional income-producing […]

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