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2018 roundup: Most-read articles for landlords

By Jan Moys

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As we near the end of the year, we take a look back over 2018 and discover which of our blog articles generated the most interest among landlords. Advice on the best areas to invest in was in great demand, along with our selections of outstanding investment properties to choose from. Let's take a look at what landlords were reading in 2018.

London's biggest regeneration areas in 2018

This article from January was our most popular among landlords. It laid out those areas of London set to enjoy significant regeneration in the coming years. White City, Lambeth and Tottenham were highlighted, drawing attention to the massive investments those districts and borough are receiving.

An updated version, London's biggest regeneration areas in 2019, is also now on the blog, giving insights into great areas to invest in the coming year.

A renter’s guide to London

This guide for renters also proved to be of great interest to landlords. The advice for renters on choosing the best areas to find a rental property was also useful for landlords when selecting their property investments. Considering the kinds of factors important to potential tenants is crucial for landlords to ensure steady rental income.

Our top pick of investment properties new to the market

Another useful guide highlighting properties with investment potential. Landlords took an interest in our pick of investment properties in a variety of areas, including Mitcham, Croydon, Norwood and Balham.

A similar recent article on the blog highlighted seven investment opportunities, with details of a variety of properties ideal for landlords to develop and add to their portfolios.

5 affordable areas in London with quick commute times

This article attracted plenty of attention on our Facebook page, illustrating the importance of quick commute times to most buyers and renters. Landlords would be interested in those areas outside zones 1 and 2 that offer swift access to central London and the higher rental yields enjoyed by many outlying districts.

How to tell if your property is Georgian, Victorian or Edwardian

Lastly, this is one of our most searched-for articles online. Landlords and homeowners alike have found this comprehensive guide to distinguishing between Edwardian, Victorian and Georgian properties useful.

Explore all our articles for landlords on our blog for the latest updates on investment opportunities, area guides and more.

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