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Mortgages for First BTL Landlords Decline

The number of mortgage products available for first-time buy to let landlords is falling as a proportion of the market, research reveals. The findings from Moneyfacts.co.uk show that the number of first-time landlord products has fallen to 68% of the market, that’s down from 73% recorded in April last year. It’s also a large fall […]

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Agents and Landlords Need Certainty About Regulations

A call has been made for the rental market’s regulatory future to be made clearer after the government announced a consultation on the proposed letting agent fees ban. The call comes from the National Landlords’ Association (NLA) after the government says the consultation will examine how to bring to an end hidden charges that tenants […]

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Bad Landlords Tarnish the Reputations of Good Ones

The Local Government Association (LGA) is urging the government to close a loophole that enables some landlords to convert a property into tiny multiple units and then advertise them as self-contained flats. This means the landlords are able to access the maximum amount of housing benefit which will be paid direct to the landlord on […]

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Landlords Face Tougher Penalties for Flouting Rules

Landlords around the UK who flout migrant rules look set to face tougher penalties of up to five years in prison under new legislation being drawn up by the Government. Along with landlords, employers will also face sanctions if they knowingly take on someone without permission to live and work in the country after the […]

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Residential Landlords Diversify into Semi-Commercial Property

In a bid to beat the upcoming tax changes, growing numbers of residential landlords are looking to diversify their portfolio into a semi-commercial property. That is the claim from bridging lender Roma Finance who say the sector is proving to be increasingly attractive to landlords. They point to a semi-commercial property being exempt from the […]

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