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  1. Here's what I think - A goodbye to all that buy-to-let And good riddance too. Sell now, sell everything.
  2. The sale of the Bradford & Bingley mortgage book sitting in United Kingdom Asset Resolution was confirmed in the Budget. Source: Budget 2016 Policy Paper Bradford & Bingley's buy-to-let lender, Mortgage Express, accounts for most of the loan book. Source: UKAR B&B 2015 annual report There's some 'interesting' commentary in the trade press. Source: Basel proposals could ‘compromise’ Bradford and Bingley asset sale, Mortgage Strategy, 18 March 2016 There is an alternative perspective to the IMLA argument, which is that if you are going to shut down the BTL industry, you o
  3. How will UKAR handle property disposals from portfolio landlords in light of the recent Budget? It seems to me that the most aggressively leveraged landlords, who will be worst affected by the recent Budget changes to how tax relief on BTL mortgage interest and taxable rental income are calculated, are also highly likely to have mortgages tied up in UKAR. The 'bad banks' whose mortgage books UK Asset Resolution was set up to run down were in part 'bad' precisely because they had been aggressively lending into the buy-to-let sector: That being the case it would be surprising if the most agg
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