Has There Ever Been a Better Time to Invest in UK Investment Property?

Latest News Points to Perfect Storm for Buy-To-Let Investment UK investment property could be in the eye of a perfect storm in the final quarter of 2019. Rental demand is strengthening. Rents are rising. Demand for investment property is growing. The buy-to-let mortgage market is more competitive than it has ever been. Four key ingredients [...]

By |2019-10-29T07:11:24+00:00November 21st, 2019|News, Property Management|0 Comments

Don’t Become This Week’s Landlord News by Harassing Your Tenant

Did You Know Landlords Can Be Sent to Prison for Harassment? A landlord has made landlord news in Liverpool for harassing one of her tenants. She’s been jailed because of her offence. This article will help you avoid the same fate and becoming the hot topic in landlord news. Violet Musoke, 61 and from Liverpool, [...]

By |2019-09-10T07:01:40+01:00October 25th, 2019|Landlord lessons, News, Property Management|0 Comments

Landlord News: Are You Duped by Perception or Buoyed by Reality?

Latest Landlord Survey Shows Anomalies to Consider A friend of mine once told me that perception and reality are two different things. He said that a wise investor always seeks out the reality, rather than rely on perception. Recent landlord news shows just how perception and reality can be polar opposites. Which you choose to [...]

By |2019-09-10T04:57:18+01:00October 17th, 2019|Landlord lessons, News, Property Management|0 Comments

The Negotiator Awards 2019 Shortlist is announced!

Yes! We have been shortlisted for the Negotiator Awards 2019- Employer of the year!!! The Negotiator Awards is the largest and most prestigious awards for the UK residential property industry. It has been established for 13 years and each year, estate and letting agents from across the UK battle for these highly prized and meaningful [...]

By |2019-09-16T10:02:51+01:00September 16th, 2019|News|0 Comments

How to Prepare Your Rental Property for Summer

Maintaining Your Buy-to-Let Property This Summer The British summer defies all expectations. You only ever hear people complain about the weather in Britain, but this summer we’re set for a scorcher – despite the floods that much of the nation has experienced. Temperatures are rising across the UK, and are expected to reach 34֯C in [...]

UK Buy-To-Let News Roundup – July 2019

The News That All UK Landlords Need to Know At Ezytrac, our business is to ensure that our landlords and their tenants get the best service possible. So it won’t surprise you that we are avid watchers of all the news that affects UK buy-to-let landlords, investors and tenants. We’ve captured the news that you [...]

Congratulations to our Employees of the Month from January until June 2019

Philippa, Jay, Holly, Thomas, Donna and George went the extra mile with anything work-related, always there to give a helping hand to those who are in need and have been great team players. We would like to thank you for your hard work, outstanding performance and dedication, we hope that you can continue to be [...]

By |2019-07-22T08:41:12+01:00July 22nd, 2019|Ezytrac Team, News|0 Comments

21, 3.75, 10.25, 903 – the numbers that matter to UK buy-to-let property investors

Short void periods, greater affordability, longer tenancies and higher rents If you thought the potential to profit from buy-to-let investment was fading, it is time to think again. As demand for rental property increases, rents are rising, void periods are manageable, and rental affordability is increasing demand. In this article, we look at the numbers [...]

UK buy-to-let news roundup June 2019

The news that all UK landlords need to know At Ezytrac, our business is to ensure that our landlords and their tenants get the best service possible. So, it won’t surprise you that we are avid watchers of all the news that affects UK buy-to-let landlords, investors and tenants. We’ve captured the news that you [...]

By |2019-06-25T08:48:51+01:00June 28th, 2019|News, Property Management|0 Comments

Section 21 is on the ropes but there will still be ways to evict tenants

Why more crackpot policy should not concern buy-to-let investors The government has put Section 21 in the dock. It is pulling no punches in its attempts to abolish no-fault repossession. Like an outclassed boxer, Section 21 is on the ropes. Soon, the rope will be round its neck. But does this mean that a landlord’s [...]