Thursday January 23, 2020

Buy-to-let vs Reits: the investor’s choice

Investors often prefer buy-to-let over other forms of property investment. It’s time to think again

27th August, 2017

Buy-to-let may not be as popular today as it was during the property boom of a decade ago. But investors nervous about the often volatile rollercoaster ride of the equity markets have tended to gravitate towards buy-to-let property, because it appears to offer attractive initial income returns compared to other property investments.

Private investors often find it easier to get to grips with residential property investment, not least because they live in residential property themselves,...

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