(This article was written for the Landlord Today blog, originally published on the 12th March 2013) Findings from the latest LSL Buy-to Let Property Index reveal the average yield on a rental property as 5.3%,compared to 5.2% a year ago. Whilst a rental yield of around 5% is certainly an attractive return for landlords compared to an alternative home for their savings, is there more that can be done to increase the chances of returning a greater yield from the outset?
If you are looking to increase your existing property portfolio, Pace has a selection of mature investment properties for sale in the Southend-on-Sea area.   All properties are in good condition, are ready tenanted with a good track record and solid yields.  Rent is guaranteed for 2 years at market level including free property management from Pace.  Properties are individual flats or freehold pairs.  Mortgages are available with a 20% deposit. Discounts are available to professional investors looking to make bulk purchases.
Pace were delighted to sponsor and help out at two local summer fetes this year at Barling Primary and Sacred Heart in Southchurch.    
The government’s housing strategy document released this week makes 3 points about the private rental sector.
The latest figures released by Rightmove have made for fabulous reading in the Pace head office. 


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