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'No CGT for landlords selling to first timers' call

A landlords’ group is calling on political parties to create a major incentive to landlords to sell their properties to first time buyers - with a ... More...



Landlords' typical deposit now £100k - claim

The typical deposit out down on an investment property by a landlord has now hit the jaw-dropping figure of £100,000. Mortgage Advice Bureau claims landlords applying for ...

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Rents up in January, says HomeLet

 New findings from the HomeLet Rental Index have revealed that the rental market has returned to growth in 2015, with the average rent on new tenancies ...

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Agent warns election jitters stifling buy to let market

Almost half of the country’s private landlords have put expansion plans on ice ahead of the general election, according to a survey. The survey, based on findings ...

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Nationwide unveils wide-ranging rate cuts

Nationwide has unveiled wide-ranging mortgage rate cuts including a market leading 10-year fix charging 2.89% to new customers. It has also cut all its fixed rates and ...

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Government wants quick Rent To Buy results

As the election nears, the government has set out its guidelines which house builders must follow if they are to create homes aimed at first time ...

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Possession figures 'skewed by social landlords'

Eviction specialist Landlord Action says the recent average five per cent drop in possession claims issued at county courts in 2014 has been skewed by a ...

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Lonres chief backs higher top-end stamp duty

The increase in stamp duty for high end properties has won perhaps-unexpected backing from the chairman of Lonres, William Carrington. While many individual estate agents operating in ...

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NAEA 'manifesto' wants more regulation, less tax

The National Association of Estate Agents says more regulation for agents and more appropriate taxation across the property industry are two key demands in its ‘2015 ...

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75% of region's student lets 'already allocated'

A report claims that over 75 per cent of HMO places for students in one region of the country is already let - well ahead of ...

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Property Redress Scheme guides on 'unfair agency fees'

The Property Redress Scheme, one of three official redress schemes for letting agencies, has set out two guidance notes for agents regarding fees. In a report issued ...

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