BTL now just 6% of lending

Jones, Lee
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/21/2009, p10
The article reports on the decrease of buy-to-let (BTL) mortgages in Great Britain in 2009. Results of the market analysis reveal six percent total BTL gross mortgage lending which is only half of the previous year. The decline on BTL lending is associated to the weak housing market and the reliance of lenders to wholesale marketing.


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