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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.  

What do the Chancellor’s economic recovery packages mean for buy-to-let landlords? With a Stamp Duty Land Tax reduction and Green Homes Grants, we take a look at the implications.  

We round-up the latest changes to the rules and regulations affecting landlords and the Private Rented Sector, including selective licensing schemes, electrical safety standards, tenant fees and LIBOR

With the housing marketing now open following easing of coronavirus restrictions, how can you minimise the risks when managing viewings for sales and lettings? Our Q&A discusses what you need to know.

With numbers of new COVID19 cases now drastically reduced, what does this mean for the mortgage market? Our Managing Director for Mortgages, Richard Rowntree, provides an update.

Will the coronavirus pandemic have a lasting effect on the rental property market? Our Mortgage Sales Director, Moray Hulme, discusses how it has affected demand.

Each new tax year typically heralds some form of tax changes for landlords to be aware of and this year is no different.  Here are the key pieces of legislation to be aware of.

The important Government guidance that landlords need to know to support tenants during the coronavirus outbreak.

The fall of the buy-to-let market has been predicted numerous times in the past, but recent figures released by UK Finance show the market is very much alive. 

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