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Landlords may face higher buy to let mortgage rates soon as borrowing costs rise for lenders.
» Student landlords need top marks for their properties
Student landlords can sit exams of their own that will help give them an edge in the market.
» House prices stuck in a rut, says lender
House prices are unlikely to rise or fall much for the rest of 2011, claims one of the UK�s largest mortgage lenders.
» Buy to let lenders grab for mortgage lifeline
Banks and building societies are grasping for a lifeline that may exclude buy to let mortgages from proposed European Union consumer protection laws.
» Council blitz on unlicensed landlords
A council is cracking down on buy to let and shared house landlords failing to licence their homes.
» City landlords see buy to let prices rise by 65%
Slick property investors who sunk their cash in to buy to let in cities have seen their rental homes increase in value by 65 per cent in the past decade.
» Help builders and home buyers, urges CBI
The Chancellor should free up the housing market by taking action to help builders and first time buyers, says the Confederation of British Industry.
» Rent arrear tenants swamp debt charity
A debt charity is flooded with calls from tenants who are struggling to pay their rent
» Buy to let rents keep on rising
Buy to let rents are still going up, according to a new landlord survey.
» Terraced house prices rise by �118 per week
Buy to let landlords bank �118 a week from terraced houses price increases over the past decade.