Atkinson McLeod - January 2013 Newsletter
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Atkinson McLeod - January 2013 Newsletter

Landlords keen to expand their portfolios in 2013 are being hampered by high costs and inflexible lending criteria, according to a recent survey. Our first article takes a look in more detail.

Our second article explores recent developments in the London borough of Newham which has become the first to introduce a blanket compulsory licensing scheme of all private rented properties. Is this needless bureaucracy or helpful legislation?

The growth in buy-to-let yields is proving to be an attractive option for stock market investors seeking pension alternatives. We take a look at a recent survey.

As ever, if you’ve got any questions or feedback, please call us or drop us a line. Alternatively, just drop into your local branch of Atkinson McLeod.

Best regards,

Giles Atkinson and Dan McLeod

Atkinson McLeod London Estate Agent

Landlords hit out at 'expensive' buy-to-let lenders

Red tape warning! First blanket licensing scheme launches in Newham

Growth in buy-to-let yields attracts investors pulling out of stock market

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