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If you were considering buying your first or a subsequent buy to let property then you will need to move quickly to avoid paying the 3% surcharge, all new purchases need to be completed by the March 31.
The guide states that buy to let is a medium to long-term investment, typically 15 to 20 years, and it is an investment that takes account of both capital appreciation and rental income.
The landlords were asked the size of their Buy to Let portfolios.
It is clear that the vast majority of residential landlords are in Buy to Let for the long term.
Without buy to let and a stable rental market, young households would be forced to enter owner-occupation earlier, at a more financially precarious time of their lives.
This assessment was presented in a commissioned report, Buy to Let, The Revolution - 10 Years On.
AFTER the creation of assured shorthold tenancies which gave new powers to landlords, the buy to let boom triggered a major new supply of mortgage finance from 1996: there are some 473,000 buy to let loans outstanding today after a pounds 46bn boom in investor mortgages.
The 224-page ARLA, CML Buy to Let Guide is available free from all ARLA member letting agents, www.
INVESTMENT IN the Buy to Let market is set to grow seven per cent in the second half of 2005 as shrewd investors prepare to take advantage of changes to pension legislation which come into effect in April.
Mr Jordan highlighted the various applications for buy to let.
It shows that two thirds have already been landlords for more than three years, three quarters own more than one property, and that 86 per cent expect to maintain or increase their Buy to Let portfolio in the next 12 months.
The second edition of the ARLA/CML Guide to Buy to Let coincides with the publication of a Which?