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Landlords looking to secure high rental yields should consider investing in Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs), which continue to outperform standard buy-to-let properties, the latest Complex Buy-to-Let Index from Mortgages for Business reveals.
HMOs produced an average yield of 8.9% in 2017, the report shows.

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Jeni Browne, the Sales Director at Mortgages for Business, comments: “The attractiveness of HMOs as a buy-to-let investment has increased in recent years, not only because of the higher yields on offer, but because serious investors are keener to diversify their portfolios.”

With more landlords vying for HMOs, prices have been pushed up more quickly than the rents, which, Browne suggests, is one of the main reasons that their yields have dipped.

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