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Confused, Where Does My Rented Accomodation Fit In.

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I rent a flat from a company but am curious as to the nature of the company and how it would affect the overall scheme of things. To me it looks like they may be run by the goverment, it looks like a mix of rented property/social housing/part buy part rent/nursing homes.

http://a2housing.dsuk3.co.uk/

http://www.housingcorp.gov.uk/server/show/ConRSL.1728

If companies like this are subsiduary companies to the goverment whom are buying up stock and privately renting them out and selling them on crazy part rent part buy schemes. How is this going to end if they are goverment run and they can still buy up stocks like crazy and we all know the goverments ambitions to build build build? ("A2 has a stock of over 15,000 homes and with more homes in the pipeline, is one of the top developing Housing Associations in the UK." I rent privately off one of their trading companies paying the going rate for rentals in my area)

Trading companies include Airways New Homes, T5 Homes and Kingsbridge Residential.

To me it looks like the goverment is trying to squeeze every penny from people like myself who work hard and cannot afford to buy but need somewhere to live. Their part buy part rent schemes seem to be more appealing , someone please tell me I am reading this all wrong or explain how it will all go wrong despite things like this going on.

Am I in a BTL but owned by a Ltd company? What does that mean, if they go tits up where does that leave me (the goverment will probably bail them out anyway)?

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