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Our insurance scheme means you paid to join mydeposits
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Our custodial scheme means that you joined mydeposits
for free and transfer the deposit money to us to hold.

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7 May, 2019

Age is no longer a limit for buy to let borrowing

Buy to let lenders are encouraging borrowers to stay in the market well into retirement as they lift age limits on mortgages. Figures from consumer group Which? suggest two out of three of the 2,057 deals available to landlords have...

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3 May, 2019

Buy to let rents up just £6 a month in a year

Buy to let rents have climbed just 1.2 per cent in the year to the end of February, according to the latest data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The rise means tenants are paying an extra £6 a...

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2 May, 2019

Government set to scrap Section 21 no-fault evictions

The government has called for the banning of section 21 no-fault evictions which would stop landlords from forcing tenants to leave rented accommodation for no reason.  Scrapping Section 21 will give renters open-ended tenancies that a landlord can only end...

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1 May, 2019

Task force to track down rogue letting agents

Rogue letting agents will come under the scrutiny of a new team tasked with policing the private rental sector. The team’s mission is to target letting agents breaking the new tenant fee ban, which starts from 1 June. The task...

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7 May, 2019

Age is no longer a limit for buy to let borrowing

Buy to let lenders are encouraging borrowers to stay in the market well into retirement as they lift age limits on mortgages. Figures from consumer group Which? suggest two out of three of the 2,057 deals available to landlords have...

Read more

3 May, 2019

Buy to let rents up just £6 a month in a year

Buy to let rents have climbed just 1.2 per cent in the year to the end of February, according to the latest data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The rise means tenants are paying an extra £6 a...

Read more

2 May, 2019

Government set to scrap Section 21 no-fault evictions

The government has called for the banning of section 21 no-fault evictions which would stop landlords from forcing tenants to leave rented accommodation for no reason.  Scrapping Section 21 will give renters open-ended tenancies that a landlord can only end...

Read more

1 May, 2019

Task force to track down rogue letting agents

Rogue letting agents will come under the scrutiny of a new team tasked with policing the private rental sector. The team’s mission is to target letting agents breaking the new tenant fee ban, which starts from 1 June. The task...

Read more

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