Alternative Investments

Back to homepage
Alternative Investments , Analysis

Bricks and Mortar: Why invest in buy-to-let?

People will always need a place to live and with the housing shortage it is hardly surprising that once again the popularity of investing in buy-to-let is on the increase.

Alternative Investments , Analysis

The case for gold versus cash

The precious metal climbed from £183/oz in 2000 to £1,053 in 2012. However, at the time of writing it is currently at £910.68, a level not seen since December 2011.

Alternative Investments , News

Buy-to-let on a budget offers best yields

One and two-bedroom properties provide the highest rental returns for investors with average yields of 6.8% and 6.4% respectively based on data covering 50,000 properties across England, Scotland and Wales.