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11 property portfolios for sale

11 property portfolios for sale

Here are the latest batch of property portfolios
being offered by one of our trusted property sourcers

To enquire about any of these property deals please
telephone Mike – 07977220380

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West Yorkshire – Portfolio of 85 apartments + 1 house 

West Yorkshire based portfolio of 86 properties that consists of 85 apartments and one house.

They sold off the freeholds to all the developments a few years ago which is a shame as they have almost an entire block or two in the portfolio.

The properties held within a specific purpose Limited Company and the book value is circa £7 Million (GBP)

The developers are looking to net £5.5 Million (GBP) or very close to.

Fully let currently it generates some £447k (GBP) pa in income before ground rents and service charges.

Net yield is over 7%

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Liverpool PBSA site 1

OIRO £2,000,000 (GBP)

•   Land Sold with Planning Permission for 356 Student Rooms

•   Site Size 1.195 acres, 4830 Square Meters

•  Nov 2012 Lending Val £3,450,000.00

•   Building can Start in August

•    In Clusters with Open Plan Lounges and Kitchens

•   Contemporary Building Over 5 Floors

•  Student Lounge, Cate, Gym Laundrette and Player Room

•   5 Wings, 5 Lifts

•   Parking Spaces and Bike Ports

•  Commun11I Gardens Are.as

•   200 Yards from Liverpool University

•   A short Walk to Liverpool’s City Centre

•   Lifetime Covenant  indemnity  insurance

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Liverpool PBSA site 2

Opportunity in Liverpool for PBSA with Planning Permission for 140 units.

There has also been a favourable nod from the council to increase to 284 units.

Purchase Price: £1.75 Million (GBP) – as is – for the site with full planning permission as above.

Site with full planning permission for new 6 storey building consisting of 122 student rooms in 22 clusters, 18 self contained flats and 1 retails unit with associated parking and landscaping.

The planners have indicated that they would be sympathetic to an amendment to the above application in line with the proposals outlined in the Concept Design brochure to uplift planning permission to 284 beds. They also agreed that they accept that an increase in the number of units to 284 would be a more effective use of the site along with a design more consistent with the current surrounding buildings. Potential GDV £18 Million (GBP)

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Sheffield     47 apartments

Sheffield 47 apartments 9.4% net yield / 26 % BMV

42 units available made up of studios, 1 bed & 2 beds all fully let and 5 commercial units.

The price also includes the freehold on the whole development.

Sheffield Facts:

·       Freehold of 120 including commercial units.

·       Commercial Units- 1-5 see spread sheet. upon request

·       2 Bedroom flats-6 see spread sheet. upon request

·       1 Bedroom flats-27 see spread sheet. upon request

·       Studios-9 see spread sheet. upon request

·       Total number of properties 47.

·       Lease 150 years from November 2007.

Summary

•         Bank valuation = £4,380,000 (GBP) + Freehold. Valuation was done in December 2013

•         Sales price = £3,909,000 (GBP) if each unit is sold individually (10.8% discount)

•         Sales price = £3,225,000 (GBP) if purchased as bulk as one transaction (26.4% discount)

•         Net income from rental income & ground rents = £302,378 (GBP)

•         Net Yield = 9.4%

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Nelson     17 houses

Offers circa £620,000 (GBP) for 17 houses.

All fully renovated to an excellent standard and local agents say the 2 beds would go for £50k and the 3 bed £60k.

Only two minutes walk from the town centre.

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Balham, London

SUMMARY PROPOSAL

Beautiful victorian luxury development of 16 tenanted, fully

furnished apartments of which 13 are available to acquire.

All current tenants are on 6 months AST’s.

The Estimated Rental Value (ERV) is £400,000 (GBP) p.a.

We are proposing either individual sales (see individual price schedule TBC) or

will consider selling all 13 apartments as a single asset sale and include

the entire freehold for £9,250,000 (GBP)

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Social Schemes/sites

1.        Mossley Hill, Liverpool.

Approx. 2 acres with consent to erect 1, 2, 3 and 4 storey buildings comprising a) 95 bed Residential Care Facility b) 23 Sheltered Accommodation apartments c) 90 x children nursery d) 46 x children after school accommodation.

2.       Randlay Centre, Randlay, Telford.

Approx. 1.24 acres with consent for 72 bed care Home and 18 apartments.

3.        Blythe Bridge, Staffs.

Listed building in poor state of repair with current planning for 14 apartments but owners are applying new consent for 40 bed Care Home plus two guest rooms and managers accommodation at the luxury end of the market. Set in own grounds.

4.        Wem, Shropshire.

Currently owners in for planning for 9 houses and 13 apartments but essentially application made to establish to total approved square footage of 25,000. There is a demand locally for Care Home facilities and a waiting list. This square footage would translate into say 60-80 beds.

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Gravesend, Kent

Full planning 86 flats (1,2&3 beds) + c.900 sqm commercial/retail unit

Est. Build costs £5.6-6Million (GBP) (£65k per unit)

Est. GDV £15 Million (GBP) (avg. £185K per unit) + up to £3 Million (GBP) for retail unit

Site value £3.6-4 Million (GBP)

Offers above £3 Million (GBP) for a quick sale

Sales fee 2%

Gravesend has links to the Ebbsfleet train station so direct fast service to London St Pancras

The proposal is as follows:

Demolish existing 6 storey office block

Build 4 new blocks (1×4 storeys, 1×5 storeys & 2×6 storeys)

86 flats (30×1 Bed, 48×2 Bed & 8×3 Bed 4 of which will be penthouses and 26 affordable units)

923m2 of mixed commercial units (A1,A2 and D)

98 car parking places

Original planning was back in 2008, but was revised in 2013. Full planning is in place.

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Manchester

Rusholme student Properties 3 Bed 2 reception terraced houses – Potential student 4 bed let

Hartington Street 3 bed property recently refurbished 2 Receptions tenants in place 12mths A £600

Cowesby Street 3 bed property recently modernised 2 double bedrooms 1 single bedroom and 2 Receptions tenanted at £600 PCM

Both properties cash purchasers only current market values £115K-£125 therefore both properties should cost £235,000 (GBP) MIN, time is of the essence and these properties will sell very quickly as both are tenanted and have been modernised.

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Doncaster

Two terraced properties in Doncaster that we can let go for £65,000 for both, one needs and update (heating system and some new windows) and one is good to go. Both 3 beds with a potential rental return of between £350-400pcm.  Brochures on request and find it’ll return minimum 14.7% gross yield…

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Widnes 

Victoria Road – Widnes – Google maps

– Estimated Value – £288,000 (based on comparable property + sq footage)

– Estimated Income – £1,670pcm (based on previous income NET of management fee)

– Offer needed – £200,000

End plot spread across 3 stories including basement and attic space.

Recently updated but minus a kitchen. 3 Rooms on the top floor. 2 reception rooms (open plan) on the first floor.

Chicken Shop on ground floor fully fitted with £60,000 worth of equipment still under warrantee.

Reason for selling, need to release some capital and previous business didn’t take off under franchise. Not to say it can’t be better managed in the future.

An alternate route may be converting the commercial aspect to residential to produce a high returning flats / bedsits depending on the sort of tenant you’re likely to attract in the area.

Closest market comparable is below, please bear in mind it is a mid unit and nowhere near the size of the premises on offer
Comparable Commercial Unit – Widnes

To enquire about any of these property deals please
telephone Mike – 07977220380

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Property Asking Prices Collapse In NovemberProperty Prices Rise At Fastest Rate For 6 Years…Or do they?

The asking price of property is supposed to be rising at the fastest rate for over 6 years, according to Rightmove, however, asking prices actually dropped by 2.4% during October, all but wiping out September’s 2.8% gain. This is the third dip in property prices in 2013.

UK property owners have raised the asking price for their properties by 4% compared to this time last year, marking the biggest annual rise in residential property prices since the financial crisis and property crash hit in 2007.

The average asking price that UK vendors want for residential property now averages around £246,237 (GBP), according to Rightmove, compared to £252,418 (GBP) in October.

It is worth pointing out that residential property asking prices usually fall by approximately 3% in November ahead of the festive season traditional slowdown.

So with residential property asking prices falling by just 2.4% in November suggests that the recent upturn in housing market activity will cushion the predictable seasonal drop.

Rightmove say that buyers still have a wide choice of property types to choose from as the UK property market is holding up relatively well for first-time buyers, as the number of flats and terraced properties on the market has declined more slowly than the number of detached and semi-detached properties this month.

Property prices in the East Midlands were 7.4% higher than they were in 2012, averaging £168,873 (GBP), outpacing property price rises in London.

The average asking price for a residential property in London is over three times greater than property values currently are in the East Midlands and asking prices in London have risen by 6.9% year-on-year, to reach a typical average value of £517,276 (GBP).

In fact residential property asking prices have increased across most UK regions apart from in the North, where residential property prices have dipped by 0.5% annually to average just £141,426 (GBP).

Property prices in Wales dropped by the smallest amount, down by 0.4% to reach a typical average of £165,110 (GBP), while desperate property vendors in London have dropped residential property asking prices by as much as 5% since October.

Rightmove said that traffic to its website has increased 30% in the last 12 months, a sure sign of growing demand from would-be property buyers. The property portal also said that the stock of unsold residential properties has fallen from an average of 71 per estate agency branch one year ago to 67.

Rightmove Director, Miles Shipside, said: “Estate agents expect a more buoyant 2014 as they pick up early signs of an increase in buyer interest and demand, so this side of Christmas could be the time for eager property buyers to hunt out keen property vendors and strike a deal. However, agents’ challenges differ wildly depending on local market conditions. While some are really concerned about future sales because of a lack of fresh vendors, others report vendors getting too brave too early on their asking price aspirations in less active parts of the country, potentially stifling a property market recovery before it has got going.”

The infographic below shows the increase and decreases in residential property asking prices in November 2013 compared to October.

Property Asking Prices Collapse In November

Property Asking Prices Collapse In November

Source: Rightmove.co.uk

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Places Available for Reena Malra’s Lease Option Vs Instalment Contract Secrets Revealed Masterclass on 23rd November  2013 at Heathrow airport.

Places Available for Reena Malra’s Lease Option Vs Instalment Contract Secrets Revealed Masterclass on 23rd November 2013 at Heathrow airport.

 Reena Malra – The Queen of Lease Options, is offering to share in full a detailed case study of a recent Exchange With Delayed Completion (EDC) Deal or an Instalment Contract, that one of her mentees saw through to completion.

Reena would like to offer this great opportunity to find out exactly how her mentee, Vidas, put this fantastic London property deal together!

Here’s exactly what Vidas got out of the EDC property deal:

How To Do Property Lease Options Deals In London Or Anywhere!

How To Do Property Lease Options Deals In London Or Anywhere!

#1 – Vidas would have normally needed to put down a 25% deposit in order to secure this £250,000 (GBP) residential property, which works out at £62,500 (GBP).
But instead, all he had to do was pay the vendor’s arrears, which was a mere £8,000 (GBP), and the house was his!

#2 –  Vidas also inherited 25% of the freehold, as the property had 4 flats in it.

#3 – Upon buying the property, Vidas also inherited a whopping £33,000 (GBP) of equity!

#4 – Due to the mortgage payments and the rental figure, Vidas also secured an INSTANT monthly cash flow totalling an incredible £437 (GBP) !!

#5 – Finally, Vidas can exercise his option to complete at any time during the next 29 years!

Read The Full Case Study Here:

Reena believes that all property investors can achieve similar results to her successful students when they know what, how, when, why and where to implement these creative property strategies in order to create some truly cracking property deals. 

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But crucially for UK property investors who want to expand their property investment strategies, Reena has been persuaded to open the doors again so that more property investors can benefit from using these superb creative strategies!

So on Saturday 23rd November 2013 and on the 25th January 2014 Reena will be hosting a special 1-day Property Master Class where she’ll personally be revealing exactly how YOU can duplicate her 7-step Command and Conquer System and bank 5 figure monthly profits yourself! 

New Bonus Material

There is a lot of excitement about Rent-to-Rent at the moment…This is a property strategy that Reena has successfully been implementing and teaching for the last 3 years, with a special secret highly profitable twist

Reena uses this strategy as a stepping stone to secure more lucrative Lease Option deals.

All will be explained on the following dates: Saturday 23rd November 2013 – London! or 25th January 2014 – Birmingham

The creative strategies being taught by Reena Malra are time-tested and proven to work, and are currently making many of Reena’s student mentees financially free!

Secure Your Place With Reena Malra on 23rd November 2013 or 25th January 2014

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Date 1: Saturday 23rd November 2013…**9 Places Left** – Ibis London Earls Court Hotel

Due to Demand…New Location and Second Date Added!

Date 2: Saturday 25th January 2014…**16 Places Left** – Crowne Plaza Birmingham NEC Hotel

Please Note: You can confirm which date you would like to attend after you book…

This is a genuine golden opportunity for property investors to make a life-changing income from UK property, but you need to register quickly because places are Extremely Limited, and always fill up fast!

P.S. – Reena has told us that she will also be giving away 7 incredible bonuses during the event, with a total value of £4,873 (GBP)! – You really don’t want to miss out on these!

Reena is able to boast an unprecedented number of success stories all over the UK where her student mentees make big money from the training. 

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Reena Malra - Lease Options Vs Installment Contracts 1 Day Event - 23rd November 2013

Reena Malra – Lease Options Vs Installment Contracts Event – 23rd November 2013 or 25th January 2014

 Obey Gas SafetyLaws Or Face Prosecution – Landlords Warned

Gas Safety Is A Legal Responsibility

Gas Safety Is A Legal Responsibility

UK Landlords need a better understanding of the many laws and regulations regarding the safety of tenants in private sector rental accommodation, or they may find that non compliance with any of the prescribed regulations can make them liable for prosecution and will render their Landlord Insurance invalid.

UK Landlords have moral and legal responsibilities regarding the safety of all tenants living in private rented sector (PRS) rental accommodation, occupied under a lease or licence, which includes, but not exclusively:

  • Residential premises provided for rent by local authorities, housing associations, private sector landlords, housing co-operatives, hostels
  • Rooms let in Houses of multiple occupation (HMO’s), private households, bed and breakfast accommodation and hotels
  • Rented holiday accommodation such as chalets, cottages, flats, caravans and narrow boats on inland waterways.

The Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 outlines the landlords’ duties to make sure gas appliances, fittings and flues provided for use by tenants comply with all the latest UK safety regulations and are not hazardous to the health of the tenant.

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Buy-To-Let Boom Continues !

Buy-To-Let Boom Continues!

According to the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, (RICS), latest Residential Lettings Survey, the UK Private Rented Sector (PRS) experienced sustained growth between February and April 2012, with houses in greater demand than flats.

13% of chartered surveyors reported that PRS rents had increased with tenant demand largely responsible for the growth.

15% of chartered surveyors also reported rises in the numbers of prospective tenants seeking rental properties.

Landlords with Comprehensively Referenced Tenants and Rent Guarantee insurance witnessed an increase in their gross rental yields during the first few months of the year, although the pace has now begun to slow slightly.

Unaffordable mortgage finance, high deposits and stricter lending criteria has also forced many potential home buyers to instead turn to the UK rental market.

PRS rental prices have been rising steadily in the UK since 2009 due to the high demand for suitable rental accommodation available to rent.

An increase in the supply of properties to the rental market has also been cited as a contributing factor of the success of Buy To Let, with 7% of surveyors revealing increases in the numbers of landlords looking to let their properties to private tenants.

Properties across Greater Manchester including shops, offices, flats and a restaurant will come under the hammer in London on Thursday 24th May 2012.

The eight sites will be sold at a commercial property auction held by Jones Lang LaSalle.

They feature among a catalogue of 25 lots with a total guide price of £16 Million (GBP).

The properties include The Apple Building, Oldham Road, Manchester, which comprises 53 flats and has a guide price of £3.15 Million (GBP). The Lakeside Villas & Apartments, Blackley, comprises nine flats and 23 houses and has a guide price of £1.6 Million (GBP). Two shops at Stockport’s Merseyway development occupied by chain stores will be up for grabs with a guide price of £1.55 Million (GBP) along with a site on Great Underbank, Stockport, which is currently let to Lloyds estimated at £1.2 Million (GBP).

Salford office blocks Balmoral House and Sandringham House (£1.25m in total) and Windsor Court (£450,000) are among the lots. Lombard House, Cheadle, which is currently let to Countryside Estate Agents, and an Est Est Est leased restaurant on Manchester Road, Bury, have guide prices of £500,000 (GBP) and £475,000 (GBP) respectively.

For more information about the Manchesterproperty auction
Contact Charlotte Maynard Auctions Co-ordinator – Jones Lang Lasalle
+44 (0)20 7087 5497 or email: charlotte.maynard@eu.jll.com

New Data Shows A Surge In UK Buy-To-Let Property Purchases

New Data Shows 2012 Surge In UK Buy-To-Let Property Purchases

Independent research commissioned by specialist Buy-To-Let mortgage lender Paragon Mortgages has revealed a surge in house-buying activity by landlords as property investors snap up residential properties for rental.

UK landlords increased the number of rental properties in their portfolios from an average of 9 to 10.8 residential properties in the first quarter of 2012.

The new report, produced by independent researchers BDRC Continental, also shows that 20% of existing UK landlords expect to purchase more property over the next 12 months, and that the average UK rental property houses 1.3 tenants.

2 Bedroom terraced houses continued to be the most popular property choice for Buy To Let property investment (64%), followed by flats and semi-detached houses.

Property auctioneers have also independently been reporting increasing numbers of buy-to-let purchasers in property auction sale rooms across the UK.

Families who are looking to move into larger properties are finding themselves stuck in first-time buyer flats because they cannot sell their homes or get a mortgage.

A survey by LloydsTSB found that “second steppers”, those who have a first home to sell and who want to move up the ladder, are increasingly stuck in unsuitable accommodation.

The report reveals that home affordability for Second Steppers has become much less favourable and declining house prices have led to many homeowners being in negative equity.

Second Steppers are homeowners looking to sell their first home and move up the property ladder.

Many potential Second Steppers in today’s market would have bought close to the peak of the UK property market and are now finding it increasingly difficult to get off the “first rung”.

Many bought at the peak of the market in 2007, and may have negative equity to cope with as well as a lack of buyers and difficulty meeting moving costs.

The figures show the majority of property vendors in this situation have been stuck on the property ladder for over 12 months.
Some will have had children in the intervening time and feel that they are stuck in unsuitable accommodation.

22% now believe that it is harder to move up the housing ladder than to get on it in the first place.

According to Lloyds TSB’s report,
• 61% of second steppers have wanted to climb up the ladder in the past 12 months but have been unable to do so as they face an increasing number of challenges.
• 22% believe it is now harder to move up the ladder than get on it in the first place.
• 43% also feel it will be as equally difficult.

Stephen Noakes, mortgage director of Lloyds TSB said: “First-time sellers are now faced with some very tough challenges when trying to make their next move on the property ladder and many are finding it more difficult than getting on the ladder in the first place. It is vital that this group of home movers receive more support and attention as they play an intrinsic role in getting the housing market moving again.”

A recent study by HSBC also found that as many as 360,000 home owners are unable to move up the property ladder thanks to a combination of sliding house prices and more restrictive lending rules.

Those who bought properties in 2007 before the housing crash do not now have sufficient equity in their homes to trade up to larger properties, according to new research by HSBC.

Although most are not yet in negative equity, they do not hold enough of their home’s value to cover the required 10% deposit on a new property and pay associated moving costs, such as stamp duty, agent fees and legal expenses.

The problem has been exacerbated because the price of many first time properties has fallen faster than the rest of the housing market.

Demand from first time buyers has waned since lenders pulled out of the 100% mortgage market.

Mortgage lenders now require buyers to put down at least a 10% deposit, and even then these borrowers will be charged a higher mortgage interest rate than those borrowing 75% of a property’s value.

Peter Dockar, the head of mortgages at HSBC, said: “Those who have bought their first home can no longer rely on rising house prices to provide them with the deposit they need for their second.”

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Why Does Housing Benefit Cost Taxpayers £22 Billion (GBP) A Year?

The latest figures from the Department for Work and Pensions, (DWP), show there are close to 5,000 families still claiming more than the £400 Housing Benefit cap.

According to a report in the Daily Mail

  • At least 100 families are living in luxury homes and raking in enough housing benefits to fund a £1 Million mortgage each
  • Of the 100 families, 60 have their rent paid by the state to the value of £5,000 a month, according to the Department for Work and Pensions
  • More than 30 of those families are given a staggering £1,500 a week (£6,000 a month) to live on and at least 60 families receive more than three times the national average wage, getting £5,000 a month
  • Unemployed living in luxury homes in upmarket parts of London such as Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster
  • Poor families should not be allowed to live ‘swanky’ lifestyles in postcodes beyond their means, says campaigners
  • Calls for the Government’s £400 per week cap to be properly enforced

Although almost four out of every five people on housing benefit pick up less than £100 each week.

At a time when millions of people are struggling to get on the housing ladder, the handouts would easily cover the monthly payments on a £1Million (GBP) mortgage.

Government ministers last year announced a sweeping range of welfare reforms that included housing benefit, which costs the taxpayer £22 Billion (GBP) every year, should be capped at £400 per week.

The figures have been criticised by campaigners and raised concerns that the Government’s plan to cap housing benefit is not being enforced.

Public opinion has been riled by the cases of immigrants and asylum seekers who have been allowed to live in lavish flats at the expense of taxpayers.

The Government handouts have allowed families to live in upmarket parts of London such as Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster alongside wealthy neighbours such as Roman Abramovich and George Michael.

WHERE HOUSING BENEFIT CASH GOES EVERY YEAR 

  • NORTH  EAST………………………….. £923.8m
  • NORTH WEST……………………….. £2,371.5m
  • YORKSHIRE…………………………….. £1,497m
  • EAST MIDLANDS………………….. £1,112.6m
  • WEST MIDLANDS…………………. £1,736.6m
  • EAST…………………………………….. £1,632.6m
  • LONDON………………………………. £5,539.0m
  • SOUTH EAST………………………… £2,536.9m
  • SOUTH WEST……………………….. £1,525.9m
  • WALES…………………………………….  £892.9m
  • SCOTLAND ………………………….. £1,660.6m

TOTAL  £21,429.5m

 

The figures will raise calls for the Government’s benefit reforms to be bulldozed through the Commons – despite pleading from Liberal Democrats.

The data, made public under the Freedom of Information Act, show the areas of the UK that pay out the most in housing benefit are

  1. Birmingham – £469 Million per year
  2. Glasgow       £337 Million per year
  3. Brent            £306 Million per year
  4. Westminster £281 Million per year
  5. Hackney       £267 Million per year
  6. Newham       £264 Million per year
  7. Enfield          £258 Million per year
  8. Haringey       £254 Million per year
  9. Liverpool      £254 Million per year
  10. 10.  Manchester £248 Million per year

The DWP says the new rules which have been put in place mean that those families currently getting more than £400-per-week will be gradually taken out of the system and moved into cheaper accommodation.

A DWP spokesman added: ‘These figures underline exactly why our Housing Benefit reforms are so necessary’.

Emma Boon of the TaxPayers’ Alliance said: “This is further evidence that it is right to cap benefits. It is unfair to ask taxpayers to pay for swanky central London homes for others when they can’t afford to live in those postcodes themselves. Many middle or low income families have to decide if they can afford to house their family in town, or if they have to move out to somewhere more affordable. It is not unreasonable to ask those on benefits to make the same choice.”

 Read the Full Daily Mail article here

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