Further blows for Buy to Let
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George Osborne's budget brought mixed news for the property industry. The predicted 3 per cent uplift in stamp duty land tax (SDLT) on second homes and buy-to-let properties will not have come as a surprise to many.
A Developers Policy
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Following the financial crisis, short-term lenders expanded their funding to small and medium-sized developments, requiring a reappraisal of traditional title insurance products.
As industry braces for a buy-to-let surge, beware the risks of rushing
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With implementation of additional stamp duty approaching, leading property risk management expert urges risk management diligence
Housing and Planning Bill analysis
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Reception to the Housing and Planning Bill, laid before Parliament in October, has been mixed to say the least. With provisions giving social housing tenants a right to buy (RTB), a 1 per cent annual rent reduction in the social rented sector over four years from April, and a pay-to-stay measure charging social housing tenants market rent, critics warn that housing associations, and social housing, could soon be a thing of the past.
Plan ahead
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Since its introduction in October, the Housing and Planning Bill has had a lukewarm reception. It contains the government's promise last summer to extend the right to buy (RTB) to social housing tenants. Following concerns raised by housing associations, a last-minute agreement was reached to introduce this on a voluntary basis.
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