(PRWEB UK) 24 June 2012
While the UK property market has resembled something of a large football stadium an hour after a football match has finished, there are still those investors, either with the help of finance or large cash deposits, who find themselves having the pick of investment properties in UK cities according to analysts at Colordarcy.com.
A Private Rental Sector Health Check in 2012 from Upad revealed that almost 72% of landlords are more confident about the UK buy-to-let market. Rising tenant demand and increasing rents were given as a reason for the optimism.
Further good news came from a recent report from RICS this year that has revealed rents increased further in 2012, as tenant demand continued to outstrip supply.
Loxley McKenzie, Managing Director of Colordarcy.com commented “The opportunity in the UK is in investing in discounted property in areas with high rental demand, the simple formula that will get you a long way as a portfolio property investor."
According to Colordarcy.com the credit crunch and the continuing problems encountered by the world’s banks in recent years has seen the market shift in favour of those with good credit ratings and the means to put down large deposits.
Britain’s former Prime Minister in the 1980s, Margaret Thatcher, wanted everyone in Britain to own their own home and renting became less common in the years that followed.
However most people accept that home ownership will not be so accessible now and in the immediate future renting now seems like a more attractive or sometimes the only option. All of which is great news for buy to let investors according to Colordarcy.com.
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