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Tenants face rent hikes as tax changes see one in five landlords planning to sell off properties - This is Money

This is MoneyTenants face rent hikes as tax changes see one in five landlords planning to sell off propertiesThis is MoneyOne in five landlords plan to reduce their property portfolios this year, according to an industry body. It comes as a raft of government tax changes to curb buy-to-let in the private rented sector in recent years begins to bite, the National Landlords ...and more »13-01-2018

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Tenants face rent hikes as tax changes see one in five landlords planning to sell off properties
This is Money
One in five landlords plan to reduce their property portfolios this year, according to an industry body. It comes as a raft of government tax changes to curb buy-to-let in the private rented sector in recent years begins to bite, the National Landlords ...

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