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Just now, stuckin2up2down said:

"the extraordinary attack on buy-to-let landlords" by the government :huh:, it's more like bit of a punch, with several years warning. I'm not sure I can wait 3-4 years for all the BTL pigs to start sqweeling.

That should say "the extraordinary attacks on low waged taxpayers by buy-to-let landlords through Local Housing Allowance".

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It's a changing climate out there. 

The PRS sector is set to see huge growth, not from the small BTL buyer anymore but from the large corporate money. 

I work with a major IT property software property company. Commercial is slowing down but PRS is set to growing a big big way. The bottom line is for cities especially the corproates are going to deliver decent apartments with superior facilitates than you'd ever get for the same rent from a cowboy landlord in a sh1thole BTL. 

That seems to be the way it's going for cities anyway. 

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