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The sky’s the limit

The Negotiator
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Sheila Manchester looks into build-to-rent, the new property sector, and finds a whole new level of development.

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The Budget 2016

The Negotiator
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A mixed bag for the residential property market, with no cuddly Easter rabbits coming out of Mr Osborne’s hat and a nasty shock for larger property investors.

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The PRS needs a dedicated research centre

The Negotiator
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The Trustees of the TDS Charitable Foundation have announced that the Foundation is seeking expressions of interest from organisations looking to establish a dedicated research centre for the private rented sector in…

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PRS set to soar

PROPERTYdrum
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The private rented sector (PRS) is expected to increase by 700,000 households to 5.5 million by 2020, accounting for one-fifth of the total housing stock in this country, according to a new…

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Labour plans for PRS would be disastrous – NLA

PROPERTYdrum

Labour’s plans to cap rents, ban letting agent fees, and restrict tax reliefs for landlords who do not keep properties to basic standards could have an adverse impact on the private rented…

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