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Pension fund investors skip happily over buy-to-let tax hurdles

The key to turning a healthy profit as a landlord could be right under your nose

18th February, 2018

This year could be the best of times or the worst of times to invest in residential property. On the one hand, the Society of Chartered Surveyors is the latest to warn about the growing numbers of landlords who have exited the rental market. On the other hand, the banks recorded a 21 per cent increase in buy-to-let mortgages in October last year.

Despite rising rents and 10 to 11 per cent increases in house prices,...

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