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120,000 UK buy-to-let investors quit market since government’s anti-landlord legislation announced

By Charles Kelly

In this week’s episode: Thousands of buy-to-let investors have sold properties since 2016, when the then Chancellor George Osborne announced punitive taxes on landlords, according to research by Hamptons International. Find out what a former housing minister told me when I confronted him directly about the anti-investor measures and suggested how mortgages could be more flexible for first time buyers. And, Should you pull your cash out of Metrobank? Are interest-only mortgages set to make a comeback? Find out how you can have fun investing in the stock market without taking courses If you like further details a property and investment courses, such as a one-day introduction to property investing, see https://ambassadorshub.co.uk/ambassador/index.php?aid=AMB0427 or drop me a line to charles@charleskelly.net

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