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- Written by Andrew McCausland Wirral Property Group
We have all heard a lot over the past months about the death of new build buy to let investment in the UK. Undoubtedly the second homes SDLT surcharge has caused investors to carefully consider the maths for new purchases. Likewise, the upcoming changes to the taxation of mortgage interest relief will cause many landlords with existing portfolios to reconsider their position. So with these changes already known, why is BTL still considered not just a viable, but a desirable investment?
Read more on our Hamilton Square Estates website blog: New build property investment returns: Liverpool vs Manchester vs Birkenhead
Latest Property News From Across The Region
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Peel Group has sold a chunk of its stake in Liverpool John Lennon Airport to investor Ancala Partners, which now owns almost half of the airport.
Technology business Interact Software has become the first tenant to sign up for an office at new Manchester office building Windmill Green.
Aberdeen Standard investments have sold an Asda store in Altrincham to the Greater Manchester Pension Fund for £22.5m.
Moda Living has pre-let the first wave of apartments at its Angel Gardens scheme more than two months ahead of schedule and before the opening of the marketing suite.
Legal & General’s Manchester build-to-rent (BTR) scheme West Tower has reached 50% capacity within three months of opening.