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Ulster Bank steps up efforts against buy-to-let owners

Ulster Bank intends to appoint hundreds more rent receivers in the coming months as part of a major bid to clamp down on buy-to-let arrears.

24th August, 2013

Ulster Bank intends to appoint hundreds more rent receivers in the coming months as part of a major bid to clamp down on buy-to-let arrears.

*The Sunday Business Post* understands that Ulster Bank has 400 rent receivers working on its behalf, after recently appointing a number of new rent receivers. Sources close to the bank indicated that it intended to more than double the number of rent receivers working on its behalf and by the...

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