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Do you know the benefits of long-term property investing?

 

Landlord Profitability

 

Hello

We are pleased to share the latest report in our Buy to Let Britain research series – Landlord Profitability: The value of investing for the long term.

In spite of rising costs, there are still healthy returns to be found in property for committed investors. This report examines the current financial situation of landlords and their expected returns over a 25-year period and how this varies across the UK.

Read the report today for the latest insights and findings in the buy to let market:

Read the report

Key aspects of the report:

  • Analysis shows typical landlord would see an estimated net profit of over £265,500 per property over the next 25 years, through rental income and capital gains
  • Rental income over the period to total £369,500; capital gains to total £269,000
  • Larger tax bills mean higher-rate landlords generate 24% less profit than basic rate investors over the period, a total of over £203,000
  • Returns vary significantly across regions, with profits estimated to reach over £307,000 in London in today’s money, almost £12,500 per annum

Read the report from our website today.

Have a good weekend.

Kind regards,

Adrian Moloney
Sales Director

Kent Reliance - OneSavings Bank PLC
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