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Emergency measures  As everyone in the UK is adjusting to the societal changes being imposed on citizens due to COVID-19, landlords will also be considering the financial impact on their buy-to-le ...

The buy-to-let mortgage market has come under pressure in recent years due to the multitude of tax and regulatory changes aimed at the sector.

As the end of the financial year approaches, buy-to-let investors will be mindful that mortgage interest tax relief will be phased out completely in April.

It is expected that gross buy-to-let lending in 2019 will be recorded at around £37 billion but what are the prospects for this sector in 2020?

Pretty shortly, the general election results will be known and there maybe a clearer picture of how Brexit is going to be delivered.

he Government’s consultation, A new deal for renting: resetting the balance of rights and responsibilities between landlords and tenants, draws to a close on 12 October 2019.

The government has introduced new rules in England, banning landlords and agents from charging fees to tenants associated with setting up or maintaining a tenancy and capping tenancy deposits at a ...

Research shows that in 2018 over half (59%) of England’s landlords are aged 55 years or older and one third are retired. Buy-to-let lenders have started to incorporate the market’s age ...

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This website aims to give you general information. It is not advice, nor can it take account of your own particular circumstances. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage. The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate some forms of mortgages.

Buy-to-Let Direct Limited: registered in England no. 06664758 : Greenmeadow House, 2 Village Way, Greenmeadow Springs Business Park, Cardiff, CF15 7NE. Buy-to-Let Direct is an Appointed Representative - Introducer of The Business Mortgage Company Services Ltd and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (No. 487867) to transact regulated mortgages and registered as a Consumer buy to let arranger. The FCA does not regulate some investment mortgage contracts.