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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 ...

 There are encouraging signs in the buy-to-let market that it is making a recovery since the housing marketing opened up at the beginning of May with the return to visual inspections in England. S ...

Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveiled a range of packages to help the economy in his Summer Statement in July, with particular support for the housing market. 

We have seen a significant rise in the number of limited company buy-to-let applications being submitted. So far in 2020, over 30 per cent of new mortgages each month have been in the name of a Sp ...

A month is a long time in the buy-to-let mortgage market, which has always been a dynamic sector that continually changes in line with social, political and economic factors.

There has been a swathe of tax and regulatory changes impacting on the buy-to-let sector in recent years which may have affected the perception of residential rental property and its viability as  ...

The UK housing market has opened up since the end of May, with visual inspections resuming albeit more quickly in England. This means that buy-to-let mortgage lenders are also returning to a more norm

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