University cities continue to offer some of the highest buy-to-let yields for landlords, according to research.

TotallyMoney, a credit report company surveyed over 580,000 properties across England, Scotland, and Wales to rank postcodes in order of highest buy-to-let yields, to lowest.

TotallyMoney’s buy to let map  showed locations with a high student population — like Nottingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, and the North East — boast some of the UK’s highest rental yields.

Soaring to the top…

Nottingham is the city that soars to the top, with two postcodes featuring in the top five. NG1 takes first place with an average rental yield of 11.99%, and NG7 takes fifth place with an average yield of 8.89%


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