There are currently around 5.7 million households renting in the UK compared to 2.4 million back in 2005-06.

5.7 million is expected to reach 7.2 million by 2025 – the equivalent of one in four homes in England. The latest figures claim that the private rented sector is now worth £1.29tr. Owning property will remain popular both in the short- and long-term, especially with house prices likely to continue rising and people becoming more reliant on the sector.

Investors must keep up to date with changes in the rental market and have a strong knowledge of tenant requirements to ensure that they are able to get the most out of buy-to-let. Investing in the right property in the right location is crucial to generate the best returns

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Regency Residential is a multi-faceted company that has a strong focus on high-yield investment opportunities, whilst offering residential services. We provide clients with out expertise in both the private rented sector (PRS) and residential markets, imparting our advice to aid you in making key decisions at every stage of each purchase process.

Regency Residential's offering is distinctive, in that we offer secure stand-alone investment property in the UK. We are able to provide this distinct product as our parent company and developer, MCR Property Group is backed by substantial private trusts and funds.

Buying with Regency

The scheme is available on new-build properties under the value of £600,000. The Help To Buy equity loan can be paid back at any time during your time at the property or on the sale of your home.

The equity loan is interest free for the first five-years although you may still have to pay interest on your mortgage. Help To Buy is available to all new homebuyers not just buying process page.

Buy-to-let Mortgages

Once you purchase your home, your home will be in your name, which means you can sell it at any time. You won’t have to pay your equity loan back until you decide to sell your property or at the end of your mortgage period.

You can however, pay some of your equity loan back sooner. You are entitled to pay either 10% or 20% of your equity loan back as long as your loan equates to a minimum 10% of the enquire.


Where to Buy Guide

The UK's property market is changing all the time, keep up-to-date with the regions you should be considering when buying.

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Buy-to-let 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.

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