Trying to turn back the tide? The future of the buy-to-let market

Williams, Peter
October 2015
Mortgage Finance Gazette;Oct2015, Vol. 146 Issue 1796, p24
The article discusses Financial Policy Committee rules and the buy-to-let sector in England with reference to the private rented sector, number of housing units available and the Budget provisions of the government in this regard as evaluated by Intermediary Mortgage Lenders' Association.


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