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A new survey reveals that UK landlords are experiencing increasing confidence.
Lenders such as Nationwide are offering landlords considerable relief by raising mortgage caps on buy-to-let property.
The number of people looking to rent property has increased, but the number of properties available has continued to shrink.
Professional advice website Unbiased.co.uk has reported that over 70,000 consumers sought advice from a whole-of-market mortgage adviser in 2009, with enquiries from first-time buyers being the most popular.
Kensington Mortgages is increasing its product range and personnel to meet the changing demands of a recovering property market.
Investors who ploughed into the property market in the good times may be forced to complete on deals even though the value of their property plunged before it was finished.
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors are forecasting a rise in rents as the supply of rental property decreases.
?Unauthorised tenant? repossessions mean many families end up homeless. The Scottish government has decided to step in and try to resolve the problem.
What mortgages are available for the buy to let market? According to experts, not very many at all.