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Has any one got any thoughts on whether in an ideal world renters should be paying the BTL morgage or just subsidising it. As a tenant is getting no real return (but avoiding some costs) and a land lord is getting a house surely we should only really be subsidising the morgage in an "ideal" economy. I suppose this question is coming from a SIPPS perspective and if you are yealding about as well as bonds with clear capital then you should be happy but the current BTL market are expecting yields to cover morgage which is better than even stock market growth on what is essentially safe investment (present conditions excluded).

Any other ideas on this issue?

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The rental market is a market. Price is based on supply and demand and will rise and fall based on that demand.

The house sale market is also a market. Prices rise and fall based on supply and demand.

Whether you are paying the mortgage in full or in part is an irrelevence. If people bought at the right time they will be making money. If not they are idiots and are suffering as they should.

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