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When buy-to-let turns on you, give build-to-rent a chance

11/14/2016 12:00:00 AM   0 Comments   bridging loans, buy to let

With new tax rules and political change, 2016 has been a rather rough year for the buy-to-let sector. But is it time to give up on buy-to-let and move on to build-to-rent?

The buy-to-let sector has been around for a while now, and with most things that have a long life span, they eventually need to make a choice between a path of stagnation or on of reinvention.

If one asked Britains tenants and the countrys Government, their answer would be quite clear. Lets reinvent and call it build-to-rent.

But why do two out of three parts of the property market feel this way?

Firstly, the Government thinks that build-to-rent, which could also be described as structured, high-quality living specifically aimed at the generation most in need of it, may be the best way to get close to a fix of the ever-growing housing shortage.

Secondly, the way tenants are looking at rental accommodation has changed. Whilst renting used to be a last resort, its now becoming a first choice for many renters. The Private Rented Sector give the younger generation the freedom to move around whilst living in a place surrounded by their peers in a beautiful place which in a best case scenario has all shops and maybe even a gym in the building.

Paulina Carl   https://www.buyassociation.co.uk/2016/11/14/buy-let-turns-give-build-rent-chance/
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