2015 was an incredible year for some investors with property prices and rents both rising at some of the highest levels we have seen since the credit crunch crashed both, plummeting some landlords into bankruptcy, or suffering from huge capital growth losses.Read on
: Archive - January 2016
On the one hand, 2015 was a good year for property investors. Most saw rents increase either at or above the rate of inflation for the first time in some years and property prices also rose for many. Depending on where and when the rental properties were bought, this could have meant an increase in both asset values and income levels.Read on
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