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Covid19 Update - Property Viewings
Wednesday 9th September 2020
Here at Newton Letting we are keeping a close eye on Government guidelines and have implemented all requirements to ensure the safety of our landlords, staff and tenants.
Anyone looking to view a property with Newton Letting, will need to adhere to the following rules and guidance in line with the Scottish Government.
All viewers must be registered to attend a viewing with Newton Letting and a register will be taken at the viewing prior to going into the property and only the registered viewer will be able to attend.Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) MUST be worn at the property including gloves, mask and hand sanitizer. Please note that Newton Letting will NOT provide this. An allocated time slot will be given for you to attend. If you are late, it’s at our Viewing Representatives discretion on whether or not they will allow you to view. Only one person will be permitted to view the property at a time so please do not bring family members or children with you to the viewing as they will not be able to enter the premises.
Whilst you are in the property we politely request that you limit touching any fittings or furnishings and refrain from opening doors, cupboards and drawers. We would ask that you view the property and ask us any questions after you have left the premises. For further guidance/information on Covid-19, please see the following link:
We appreciate your cooperation at this unprecedented time and if you have any questions prior to viewing, please don’t hesitate to contact a member of our team.
Understanding Capital Growth and Rental Yield
Thursday 23rd July 2020
It’s important as a property investor that you make a good return from your investment. This can be from rental yield which gives you regular income, or capital growth which is the increase in value of the property over time. Your return could be from either one or both of these things.

Capital growth

This is also known as capital appreciation and refers to the increase or decrease in the value of your property or property portfolio over time. If you purchased a property four years ago for £200,000 and the current value is £250,000 then your capital growth is £50,000. There are lots of factors that can affect your capital growth such as the economy, local regeneration, new transport links, low mortgage rates boosting demand in new homes and lack of supply. It’s important to invest somewhere that property looks set to increase in value and you can usually get this information from property experts and literature surrounding what’s happening in the general property market and also within each region.

Rental yield

Rental yield is the return you make or expect to make from your property. To work out the rental yield for a particular property, you will need to know the purchase price of the property, or a current market value, and the annual rental income that you expect to receive. Take the annual rental income amount and divide it by the property value or purchase price. To convert this figure to a percentage, you will need to multiply this by 100. This percentage is your rental yield. For example, your new property purchase would give the following rental yield: Annual rental income: £10,000 Purchase price: £200,000 Rental yield: 5% A gross yield is when you take the example above and work out your rental yield. If you are trying to work out your net yield, you will need to take into account other costs such as your insurance, mortgage repayments, letting management fee and maintenance costs.


Each city and region across the UK differs in terms of rental yield as average rents vary. Recent research has shown that rental yields in Glasgow in particular are higher than in other regions. If you are looking to invest in a rental property, talk to us at Newton Lettings as we can advise you on the rental value of property across Central Scotland.  
A Bright Outlook for Buy to Let
Friday 14th August 2020
  According to the latest House Price Index from the website ‘Home’, we can rest assured that there’s an optimistic outlook for landlords and buy to let investors across the UK. Across the UK there have been reports of rising rent and lack of supply – even though many Airbnb properties have come back to the market following lockdown. For this reason, reports show that supply is up by an incredible 30% compared to the same time last year. Whilst rents are rising across the UK, rent in London is actually falling and is currently down 5.2%. The report shows that in northern regions of the UK, annualised rises are around the 10% mark and this, combined with the capital gains to be had in these sales markets, there is likely to be further BTL investments. At present the value of the pound is relatively low and the Stamp Duty holiday – with the threshold raised to £500,000 in England and LBTT raised to £250,000 in Scotland, is a significant draw to property investors and in particular for foreign investors and expats. The Stamp Duty surcharge will go back to pre lockdown levels from April 2021 and so many people considering investment will bring plans forward and invest in the next six months.
Supporting Tenants in Scotland
Wednesday 16th September 2020
There is some good news for private tenants who are experiencing financial difficulties and unable to access certain benefits or support that will help them to meet their rental payments. A sum of £10 million has been allocated to the Tenant Hardship Loan Fund with details of who is eligible and how to apply will be announced soon, with the loan set to be accessible from November. An extra £3 million is being pumped into the Discretionary Housing Payment fund, which has been implemented in order to assist tenants already in receipt of benefits. The Discretionary Housing Payment fund was originally a £60 million budget set up to mitigate the impact of the bedroom tax in Scotland. It has now been increased by £19 million including the latest £3 addition. Scottish Housing Minister Kevin Stewart believes that these measures will ensure no one is left in a position where they cannot access support to meet their rental payments. During the same announcement, the Housing Minister extended the current ban on evictions (due to end on September 30th) to March 2021. This means that regardless of the type of tenancy, or what kind of notice is served, or for whichever reason, all eviction proceedings will be placed on hold. The only exceptions to this are cases involving anti-social behaviour or domestic abuse. Find out more: Scottish government’s support for tenants.