Investing money in bricks and mortar has long been a preferred option for many people of Bingham. It is often part of the retirement plan or a way of seeing some income from your savings.
Over 20 years the capital is going to increase, even with the peaks and troughs of the property market - as a long term investment there is little out there that can match it.
Belvoir have just released the rental index for Q3 2016, a look at the monthly rental price movements. The report analyses the ups and downs of the rental market, not just at a national level, but breaking down monthly rental averages into London, the rest of England, Wales and Scotland as well as regional level.
In the East Midlands the average rent for the third quarter of this year is £625 which is a 3.75% increase on quarter 3 2015. The Q3 2016 average versus the 2015 annual average rent of £593 shows an increase of 5.5%.
As long as there is demand the rental market will continue to grow. Because of the last government's shift in policy away from home ownership and the lack of houses being built, across the UK there is now an urgent need for more housing for students, migrants and families looking for 3, 4 and 5 bed properties.
2015 and 2016 are the first years since the recession where wages are increasing faster than inflation. I wonder though how Brexit will affect the cash in people’s pockets and this could cause rents to steady. The returns should still be better than other investments offer, but investing in the right sort of property is key.
Ensuring that the property is going to appeal a broad range of potential tenants will mean it will let quickly and have minimal void periods. Know your local market – tenants looking to rent in Bingham will have a different set of demands from those looking in Nottingham City Centre.
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