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Last year saw the signs of renewed interest in the buy to let market, and with good reason. As institutional lenders set high deposit requirements for mortgage offers, more people are being forced to rent. Property also continues to be viewed as a safer long term investment.
Potential Landlords should however tread carefully when investing i ...
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