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Number of “granlords” set to rise 27/03/2015

The number of property investors planning to use their pensions to fund a buy to let purchase looks set to increase, according to recent research. Property website, Rightmove, has found that house prices are increasing 

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Manchester at the centre of “Northern Powerhouse” 26/03/2015

The Prime Minister recently labelled Manchester as “being at the forefront for positive change” having made a faster recovery from the recession than any other city in the North of England

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New Spanish law to protect illegally built homes 19/03/2015

After over a decade of campaigning, a new law has finally been passed to protect buyers who unwillingly purchased illegally built property in Spain. This long-awaited news will be a relief to those who were conned into purchasing 

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Buy to let lending predicted to reach £30 billion in 2015 11/03/2015

Buy to let lending will break past the £30 billion mark this year as experts predict that buy to let mortgages will account for 25% of the market by 2020. External research shows that the total value of buy to let loans 

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House repossessions in the UK hit an all time low 25/02/2015

New research highlights that the number of repossessions has now reached their lowest levels since 2006, a fall of 26% compared with figures from 2013. The report from the Council of Mortgage Lenders

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