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The number of new buy-to-let investors has halved over the past year as the continued slowdown in the housing market deters would-be landlords.

According to Mortgage Trust, the buy-to-let specialist, only 12 per cent of buy-to-let investors are new to the property investment market, compared with 23 per cent this time a year ago. It said the slowdown was scaring away novice -investors

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/main.jhtm.../cmnhouse10.xml

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More excellent news!

To anyone who has bought-to-let in the last couple of years please remember this - if you are forced to sell your flat, for any reason, over the next few years, try and keep it nice and clean. There will be an awful lot of fussy FTB'ers with many properties to choose from and you will need to try hard to impress them.

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To anyone who has bought-to-let in the last couple of years please remember this - if you are forced to sell your flat, for any reason, over the next few years, try and keep it nice and clean. There will be an awful lot of fussy FTB'ers with many properties to choose from and you will need to try hard to impress them.

A new kitchen would be nice too! :lol::lol:

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More excellent news!

To anyone who has bought-to-let in the last couple of years please remember this - if you are forced to sell your flat, for any reason, over the next few years, try and keep it nice and clean. There will be an awful lot of fussy FTB'ers with many properties to choose from and you will need to try hard to impress them.

It's ok BTLers,as a FTB i won't be too much of a fusspot.No need to worry about me when i buy.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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