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Buy-to-let mortgage arrears set to fall Buy-to-let mortgage arrears set to fall
The number of buy-to-let mortgage arrears looks set to fall below 7,000 by the end of the year Published: 25th Jul 2016
Tags: Property Investment, Porperty UK, Buy To Let, Financing & Mortgages

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Buy to Let Roundup Buy to Let Roundup
Brokers in Scotland are the most confident about buy-to-let’s future, according to Legal & General.
Published: 19th Jul 2016
Tags: Financing & Mortgages, UK Property, Buy To Let, Property Investment
Property Investors Dodging Stamp Duty Rise With Loopholes Property Investors Dodging Stamp Duty Rise With Loopholes
A 3% stamp duty surcharge on second homes, including residential investment properties
Published: 29th Jun 2016
Tags: Stamp Duty, Property Tax, Financing & Mortgages, UK Property
Brexit Clauses Being Added to Property Contracts Brexit Clauses Being Added to Property Contracts
As the dust settles on the results of the EU referendum, investors are becoming more and more cautious amidst the uncertainty of how the UK will function
Published: 28th Jun 2016
Tags: UK Economic News, Financing & Mortgages, Brexit, Buy To Let
What Impact will Brexit Have on the Property Market? What Impact will Brexit Have on the Property Market?
Today marks a very important day in Britain’s history. The public vote in favour of Brexit is a shock to many people and has already resulted in a sharp decline in global markets
Published: 24th Jun 2016
Tags: Brexit, UK Economic News, UK Property, Global Economic News
The New Mortgage Finance Restrictions: From Bad to Worse? The New Mortgage Finance Restrictions: From Bad to Worse?
Lee Sharpe warns that the new rules restricting tax relief for residential letting mortgages will mean that some landlords will not effectively even get 20% tax relief.
Published: 11th May 2016
Tags: Landlord Advice, Financing & Mortgages, UK Property, Property Tax
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