Buy-to-Let Index: Landlords Celebrate Falling Arrears as Rent Rise Again

September 2010
Credit Control;2010, Vol. 31 Issue 5/6, p109
Trade Publication
The article discusses the Buy-to-Let Index report form the LSL Property Services PLC which found that British landlords benefit from falling arrears with the bouncing of rentals. The key findings include rentals that reach 691 pounds per month after nine consecutive months and tenant arrears falling to 0.1 percent from all-time low. It implies that annual rate of returns in the British housing market are geared towards rental income and not on capital gains.


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