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  • Property-a-holics

    Landlord death by 26 cuts

    often the mortgage will have a charge on the individual as well as the company depending on the size of the company seeking the mortgage

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    A trade association has called for a 'moratorium' on any further government intervention in the buy-to-let sector in order to stop landlords from leaving the market.

    The Intermediary Lenders Association (IMLA) says the private rental sector is still absorbing the adverse effects of a raft of regulatory changes in recent years.

    The organisation, which represents 42 banks, building societies and specialists lenders, says that any further changes could have implications for much-needed tenant choice and potentially raise rents.

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