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Four in 10 homes bought under Right to Buy now owned by private landlords 11/12/2017

Ever since Margaret Thatcher declared her belief in a ‘property-owning democracy’ and introduced Right to Buy in 1980, the UK was converted into a country that saw houses as something to make money from, not just to live in, as illustrated by the buy-to-let boom of recent years that has fed the stereotype that Brits are obsessed with property....

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Four in 10 homes bought under Right to Buy now owned by private landlords
Accidental landlords add 80,000 rented homes to the market 11/12/2017

A slower sales market in the south of England has revived the accidental landlord as more people chose to rent their properties out this year instead of waiting for a sale, according to the latest Countrywide plc Monthly Lettings Index show....

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Accidental landlords add 80,000 rented homes to the market
First-time buyers offered chance to get foot on the property ladder through BTL 11/12/2017

First-time buyers will no longer have to own a residential property in order to access finance from Barclays to invest in the buy-to-let market, after the bank extended its buy-to-let range to enable applications from those acquiring their first property and non-owner occupiers....

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First-time buyers offered chance to get foot on the property ladder through BTL
Coventry for Intermediaries reduces BTL two-year fixed rates by 0.2% 11/12/2017

Coventry for Intermediaries has cut rates on its two-year fixed buy-to-let range by 0.2%, with rates now starting from 1.49%.

New two-year fixed rate deals include a 50% loan-to-value (LTV) deal at 1.49% and a 75% LTV deal at 2.05%....

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Coventry for Intermediaries reduces BTL two-year fixed rates by 0.2%
BTL landlords continue to benefit from ‘healthy capital growth and high yields’ 08/12/2017

Investment in buy-to-let continues to outperform most major asset classes, at a time of low saving rates and stock market volatility.

Despite the government’s decision to introduce a number of measures to curb the growth of buy-to-let landlords,...

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BTL landlords continue to benefit from ‘healthy capital growth and high yields’
BTL sector is becoming the preserve of experienced long-term investors 08/12/2017

A combination of tax reform and stricter regulation for landlords is slowing the growth of the private rented sector (PRS), despite its value hitting a new high, according to the latest edition of Kent Reliance’s Buy to Let Britain report....

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BTL sector is becoming the preserve of experienced long-term investors
New auction platform allows prospective tenants to bid for rental properties online 08/12/2017

A new online property auction platform is launching that enables estate agents to add an auction element to both sales and letting.

LetsBid Property’s software is now available to all sales and letting agents and is ready to integrate with their websites,...

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New auction platform allows prospective tenants to bid for rental properties online
Whopping fine should ‘serve as a warning to any other rogue landlords’ 08/12/2017

A rogue landlord in Newmarket who exposed tenants to ‘significant risk’ has been ordered to pay almost £33,000 after being found guilty in court.

Russell Wayne Price, 50, of Lisburn Road, Newmarket, was found guilty of 15 charges following prosecution by Forest Heath District Council....

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Whopping fine should ‘serve as a warning to any other rogue landlords’
Heavy fines for illegal subletters 07/12/2017

A property firm with assets in the Virgin Islands has paid a £8,000 civil penalty to Brent Council after two tenants illegally sublet one of its houses.

This is the first civil penalty to be issued by the Council following new powers voted in by the cabinet in September....

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Heavy fines for illegal subletters
Landlords face emergency repair price hike over Christmas period 07/12/2017

Private landlords could be charged up to 50% more for an emergency repair call out over the Christmas period, compared to the rest of the year, a new report claims.

New research carried out by TheHouseShop.com, designed to get estimated costs for emergency callouts in the two weeks over Christmas and New Year,...

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Landlords face emergency repair price hike over Christmas period
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