Are you considering making a property investment or adding to an existing portfolio? Have a look at our infographic below to see which areas in Scotland offer the greatest gross yields (that is, the return on an investment before the deduction of taxes and expenses) and highest average monthly rent.
Location is just one of many things to consider if you’re looking at the buy-to-let market, particularly since the introduction of Land and Buildings Transaction Tax and the announcement of reduced tax relief for landlords. Make sure you seek independent financial advice before making any investment decision.
Any views expressed by Bank of Scotland Private Banking are our current in-house views as at June 2016 and should not be relied upon as fact and could be proved wrong. This article was prepared as at June 2016. The information and opinions may not be accurate after this date.
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