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I know someone who recently moved into a rented house in the NorthWest and the landlord bought in Aug 2017 - you do wonder why they thought it was a good idea (saying that was only £61k).

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"I knew my athletics career wouldn't last forever so I'm grateful my father encouraged me to invest in 'bricks and mortar' early on. I now have 16 units; typically small and easy to rent properties so although sport has been my passion, property is my financial security"
Steve Backley

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You only have to look at MSE or just about any other Internet forum that has any kind of property subsection to see there are plenty of people still piling into it, even buying existing BTL properties that are still tenanted,  obviously not even giving a thought as to why the landlord vendor is selling up and exiting BTL.

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