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Landlords ''should Help Reduce Temporary Housing Use'' - Buy To Let Mortgages

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http://www.mortgagesforbusiness.co.uk/corp...rticleid/29071/

Private landlords have been urged to work with local government and housing associations in order to reduce the usage of temporary housing in London.

A report published today by the London Housing Federation has said that all such groups must work together if temporary accommodation use is to be halved by 2010 in line with government targets.

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here's another classic:

Landlords urged to help flood victims - buy to let mortgages

A call has been made for landlords across the UK with vacant properties should open them up to those rendered homeless by recent flooding.

The National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) has said that around 27,000 homes have been affected by such bad weather, with the cost of the damage thought to be in the billions.

Thus the association has called for landlords with Buy to Let Mortgages and other relevant parties to make their properties available to local organisations who will then be able to help relocate flood victims.

http://www.mortgagesforbusiness.co.uk/corp...rticleid/29070/

who would have thought BTLs were so caring! :rolleyes:

Edited by studdymx

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