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Covid-19 has hugely disrupted university life. But how has it affected the student buy-to-let market? Our Mortgages Managing Director discusses the impact and what the future might hold.

The Stamp Duty holiday has stimulated activity in the UK property market, but what are the wider implications? Our Mortgages Managing Director, Richard Rowntree discusses the potential impacts.

Paragon customer, Gavin Wise, has built a lettings portfolio of 32 properties in Hartlepool over the past eight years. We catch up with him to discover his top five landlord tips.

Research shows that retiree renters and those in the upper-middle age category are the fastest growing segments of the private rented sector (PRS). Read our full report to find out more.

Signs of optimism returning amongst brokers? See the results from our latest mortgage intermediary survey. 

Residential landlords in England can now apply for a Green Homes Grant voucher and receive up to £5,000 towards the cost of installing energy efficient improvements to their properties.

How has the Scottish buy-to-let market performed since reopening? Find out the impact of new legislation on short-term lets and where landlords are buying with our Q&A.

With the housing market now reopened, many surveys indicate a preference for outside space and more suburban or rural locations. Director of Mortgage Sales, Moray Hulme discusses the potential impact.

The North West has become the second largest UK region for buy-to-let purchases. Find out just what has driven this growth and what makes it so attractive for landlords to invest.

How has the coronavirus pandemic affected the mortgage market? Find out with the results from our latest mortgage intermediary survey.  

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