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I only get the first two paragraphs, followed by this...

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Thank God for that!

Financial journalists really should be required to disclose any vested interest when they write these pieces.

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I was thinking more help me find a greater fool to rescue me from this mess I've created....

And I do believe there will be BTLers coming into the market over the next few years - but only once prices drop to levels that make sense for sensible people to buy at..

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The government should therefore stop tinkering with the buy to let tax regime and look for ways to make housebuilding more attractive. Without this, there will be no rebalancing of supply and demand, dashing the homeownership dreams of many millennials; rent affordability will grow as an issue, both for tenants and for landlords left staring at empty properties. The housing crisis, already writ large, would then reach epic proportions. Nobody would be a winner.

Growing desperation against BTL taxation?

Rebalancing: What is the guarantee that new builds wouldn't be snapped up by BTL LLs?

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