Different parts of the United Kingdom, split into distinct geographic regions. The UK regions are:
Re-mortgaging describes the act of paying back one mortgage with the proceeds of another mortgage loan using the same property as security.
The growing popularity of an area, dictated by the amount of tenants looking for rental accommodation.
A person willing to pay the rent for a tenant should they fall into arrears, so that a landlord is always guaranteed rental income.
The amount of rent received by the landlord (normally paid in monthly instalments) throughout the duration of a tenancy
The colloquial phrase depicting the younger generation in their 20s who cannot afford to buy so instead rent their home.
A style of buy-to-let mortgage where you pay a fixed sum every month until the loan matures, after which time you will have to pay the entirety of mortgage value.
Residential properties are properties containing a single or multifamily structure, which are available for occupation for non-business purposes only.
The steps taken to reduce the potentially-adverse effects of financial loss incurred by poor-performing investment assets.
A prestigious group of 24 research-intensive UK universities. Between them they produce more than two-thirds of the world-leading research produced in UK universities, support over 300,000 jobs across the country and have a total economic output of more than £32 billion every year. The 24 universities in the group include:
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