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Landlord Today

2 years ago

Demand for buy-to-let set to fall in Q1 2017

The number of people investing in the buy-to-let sectors is expected to fall in the first quarter of the year ahead of changes to tax relief for residential landlords and the recent introduction of tougher mortgage lending conditions.

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Landlord Today

2 years ago

Buy-to-let mortgage rates set to fall

Buy-to-let mortgage rates are expected to fall in 2017 for ordinary landlords, but get more expensive for professionals with larger portfolios, according to a leading mortgage broker.

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Landlord Today

2 years ago

Why does the government have it in for buy-to-landlords?

In the UK, we have a chronic shortage of housing. Apparently we need 200,000 new houses a year but last year we built 189,650 new homes. Bear in mind though that 2015/16 was a good year - and 11% up on the previous year in terms of houses built.

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Landlord Today

2 years ago

How to deal with a tenant that is not paying rent

Recovering rental arrears from non-paying tenants is one of a landlord's biggest challenges. But while no-one actually enjoys chasing money, it doesn't necessarily have to be a painful process, as solicitor Danielle Hughes explains.

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Landlord Today

2 years ago

Tougher stress tests for buy-to-let landlords

The Mortgage Works is the latest lender to announce that it is increasing its rental stress rate for buy-to-let landlords as regulators look to cool what it perceives to be aggressive buy-to-let lending practices.

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