There’s one phrase on everyone’s mind when thinking about property investment: buy-to-let.
If you’re investing in property, you’re most likely buying a buy-to-let property. It’s part of the real estate industry that has been growing for years.Check out some buy-to-let properties
Regency Residential provides you with expertise in both the private rental sector and residential markets. Our advice will help you make key decisions at every stage of each purchase process.
Regency Residential's offering is distinctive. Our parent company, the property developer MCR Property Group, is financed by stable investment funds, allowing us to offer small deposits on new-build properties.
When you buy with us, you buy straight from the developer, meaning you don’t have to deal with estate agents or other third party organisations. You’ll also have a dedicated partner to help you through your buying and moving process.
There are currently around 5.7 million households renting in the UK compared to 2.4 million back in 2005-06.
This 5.7 million is expected to reach 7.2 million by 2025 – the equivalent of one in four homes in England. This has been driven by rising house prices throughout the UK. Since putting together a deposit is now an unattainable goal for, long-term renting has become the default way to live, especially for young people.
A massive opportunity now exists for new investors to get in on this high-demand industry. Investing in property is also a way of attaining long-term financial stability.
The Government has several schemes to help new homebuyers purchase their homes. Are you having trouble getting your first deposit together?
The UK's property market is changing all the time, keep up-to-date with the regions you should be considering when buying.Read Guide
Read our comprehensive Buy-to-let guide to make better decisions. Updated and reviewed each quarter to make sure you are up-to-date on the current market conditions.Read Guide
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