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No mention of SIPPS in that article as a possible cause for the rise in interest, perhaps B&B should consider revising their predictions down as they will no longer be getting a piece of the £5 - £10 Billion investers were planing to put into SIPPS B)

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Yes, I'm sure that SIPPS was a mojor contributor to that bounce and things will be very different over the next six months.

How can the buy to let market be positive in the near to longer term when it is significantly cheaper to rent than to buy? Did these people do maths at school?

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