Becoming a landlord has been an attractive proposition for anyone who could raise a deposit, thanks to a prolonged period of low borrowing costs and generally rising property values.
The housing market performed exceptionally well throughout 2021, with prices now some 16% above pre-pandemic levels. However, the recent Bank of England base rate increase – along with the strain on household budgets from rising inflation – is expected to lead to just modest house price growth for 2022.
Our guide focuses on helping you consider how you invest in property, including:
- Becoming a landlord and renting a property
- Tax implications of buying a property
- Other types of property letting