Sunday, 30 April 2017

Has build-to-let got a future?

When the chancellor unexpectedly raised stamp duty for institutional private sector landlords, did it spell the end of the build-to-let market? Caroline Thorpe reports

To continue reading this please register or sign in to your account below. Each month registered users receive free limited access to a number of stories. To receive unlimited access, please subscribe to one of our packages.


Register or sign in to continue

Sign In

If you are already registered sign in for unrestricted access to all the content on the site.

-

Newsletter Sign-up

Related

Articles

  • The future of property guardians

    11 April 2017

    A landmark ruling could redefine the status of property guardians. Tim Clark , himself a former guardian, looks at what it means for the future of these businesses and their properties’ custodians

  • Have I got newts for you

    2 March 2017

    Great crested newts received surprising attention in last month’s Housing White Paper. Martin Hilditch investigates why and what happens next

  • Let us build more supported housing

    13 January 2017

    Isos Housing has found a way to continue building supported housing but could do more if it had certainty over funding, says its executive director Michael Farr

  • A bright future

    15 September 2016

    The government will put in place a new funding model to ensure supported housing can continue to help vulnerable people, says Lord Freud

  • Planning for the future

    29 July 2016

    Only four in 10 councils have an up-to-date adopted Local Plan. As Sophie Barnes finds out, this risks hampering the government’s plans to build one million homes by 2020.

IH Subscription