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From July 1st the zero rate stamp duty threshold was reduced from £500,000 to £250,000 and on 1st October it will revert to £125,000, so there is still time for those purchasing ...

Renting is cheaper despite rising rents  It was interesting to read about the recent report by Hamptons, the estate agents, which indicated that in the UK it is currently cheaper to rent than buy  ...

Positivity in the marketplace  There has been plenty of positive movement in the buy-to-let sector in recent months which has been supported by numerous reports and surveys from different corners  ...

Environmental concerns  In recent years, the environmental issues affecting our planet have taken central stage in the media and many people have become more concerned with their own carbon footpr ...

It is approaching 5 years since the PRA regulations relating to rent stress tests and portfolio landlords came into effect in 2017. The significant changes to rent stress tests across the buy-to-l ...

In the recent Budget, the Chancellor announced that the stamp duty holiday will be extended by three months to June, with a further three month taper to the end of September. This will be welcome  ...

IMLA is forecasting £283 billion for the total amount of mortgage lending in 2021 and some industry pundits are predicting growth in the buy-to-let sector, perhaps beyond £40 billion.

After a successful e-petition, MPs are now scheduled to debate extending the stamp duty holiday on 1st February, so we eagerly await the outcome.

It’s hard to put into words the impact that coronavirus has had on our lives over the last year. It has brought a lot of change to our working lives and forced businesses to reassess some assumptions.

A month is a long time in the buy-to-let mortgage market, although Covid-19 has added a certain feeling of Groundhog Day to our lives due to the various government restrictions currently being app ...

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