Yields are hitting shockingly low levels on rental property, however they still exceed the returns on offer from the majority of alternative savings options. However it is still worrying times for landlords whose business model is based on getting 'x' in to pay 'y' to create the return of 'z'.
Maybe it would be more relaxing if the money was in the bank and not bricks and mortar?
Landlords with rental properties in prime central London have seen their return slip below 4 per cent for the first time in nearly two years, according to the latest data from Knight Frank, the estate agent. - Read the full article in the FT
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