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Right To Buy Nicely Becomes Btl!

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Hi I bought my ex council house 1 year and 7 month ago through the Right to Buy Scheme. I want to know if i can rent this house out as im wanting to move to a bigger house but dont want to sell this house, Can i do this or is there any rules to stop me doing this.

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Many Thanks

I will get in contact with my solicitor in the morning, to make things easier my current mortgage aint a right to buy mortgage ( Just bought the house off my local council) its just a normal repayment mortage which I am porting to my new house and i am currently going through a buy to let mortgage for this house, so fingers crossed there shouldnt be a problem,

i dont fancy selling back to the council as i stand to lose alot of money as i currently have about 45 grand capital in the house. i want to keep it till the discount repayment period is over then possible sell, Thanks again

Right to buy? Sounds more like 'Righ to screw'! How can that be allowed? Where is the rules & bloody regulations? if he doesn't need the council house anymore, just after 19 months, he should just bugger off! so those who need it can be housed there with low & secure rent.

So annoying & unfair!

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