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Number of landlords looking to purchase through a limited company hits three-year high

The level of landlords planning to buy their next buy-to-let property through a limited company is now at a three-year high following a substantial uplift from 50% during Q1 to 62% in Q2 2022, according to newly released data from Paragon Bank. 47% of landlords who own between one and five properties expect their next …

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Government plans see rising numbers of landlords looking to reduce their BTL portfolio

The nation’s landlords remain split over the Government’s latest plans to improve the rental sector, with almost one in five planning to reduce the size of their buy-to-let portfolio as a result, according to new research from Total Landlord Insurance. The White Paper – A Fairer Private Rented Sector, was released on 16th June, with …

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Lendlord integrates with Property.xyz

Property investor platform, Lendlord has announced that it has launched an integration with property portal, Property.xyz. The integration enhances Lendlord’s property sourcing capabilities, adding tens of thousands of UK property listings that are now accessible through the platform, using live data from Property.xyz. Property.xyz is a property portal designed to meet the needs of investors …

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Greater Manchester pledges to build 30,000 new net-zero homes

Greater Manchester has announced ambitious plans to build 30,000 net-zero homes over the next 16 years as part of a broader social, environmental, and economic vision for the area which will be delivered through a partnership with Homes England. Andy Burnham, (pictured) Greater Manchester mayor, said: “Right now we have to be creating homes and …

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London’s super-prime market sees activity levels hit six-year high

A weakness in the pound, relaxation of international travel rules, and the appeal of property as protection against inflation are expected to be behind rising levels of activity in the capital’s super-prime market, according to the latest market analysis from Knight Frank. A sense of urgency is creeping into the UK property market. The sobering …

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Government urged to give rural areas more time to transition to low-carbon heating

A new report from think-tank, Localis, has warned that ministers must not penalise countryside dwellers who live off the gas grid – one in seven households nationwide – by making them guinea pigs in the drive to decarbonise heating. In its study issued today entitled: “Reaching rural properties: off-grid heating in the transition to net-zero”, …

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