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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.

Coronavirus has changed the way many of us spend and save money. But will these new habits last? Challenge yourself to make saving a permanent lifestyle choice with our top savings tips.

What do the recently announced planning reforms mean for the housing and residential development sector? Our Managing Director of Development Finance, Robert Orr, shares his thoughts.

How does a Lifetime ISA work compared with a Help-to-Buy ISA? We take a look at the key differences and answer your most frequently asked questions.

COVID-19 has delayed the introduction of clean air zones until 2021. We take a look at how the eventual changes are likely to affect businesses in the construction and commercial vehicle sectors.

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.

What does the recently announced stamp duty holiday mean for the housing and residential development sector? Our Managing Director of Development Finance, Robert Orr, provides his thoughts.

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