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Buy-to-let Survey

We are keen to understand what is driving that growth and have commissioned Dataloft, a specialist property research consultancy, to analyse the buy to let market. As part of that research they have asked us to survey our landlord community to explore investment trends. If you are a landlord, we would be really grateful if you would take a couple of minutes to complete this short survey here.

The rate of growth in the buy-to-let sector has had a significant impact on property prices, developing planning and the mortgage market. And, now, it is high on the government policy making agenda as demonstrated by the Chancellor’s recent landlord taxation announcements.

We are keen to understand what is driving that growth and have commissioned Dataloft, a specialist property research consultancy, to analyse the buy to let market. As part of that research they have asked us to survey our landlord community to explore investment trends and we will be posting the results soon.

If you are a landlord that has completed the survey, the terms and conditions for the competition are below.

 

*Terms and Conditions

The deadline for all competition entries is midnight on the 8th November 2015. The winner will be selected at random and informed on 11th November 2015. Prize is non-transferable. Entrants are deemed to accept these terms and conditions by entering the Competition. The information you provide will only be used for our marketing purposes and not shared with any third parties.

 

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