News items and articles about the issues of buy-to-let are always in the media at some point in the month. This is a very contentious issue as far as the moral dilemma versus the hard core property investor who is totally focused in revenue generation through all means possible.
There is no reason to suspect that buy-to-let is in anyway immoral, as the concept of the investor owning several properties, or just one property, as a rental income generation tool is to many reasons a social wellness vehicle, especially if the partnership between landlord and tenant is a good one, which is often the case.
Those individuals and families that perhaps choose to rent rather than take on a mortgage will seek out a rental property that fits their needs and this property may well have started off as an acquisition by an investor looking for a buy-to-let property that can be rented out for profit. There are guidelines for those investors purchasing properties as buy-to-lets and as long as the rules and regulations are followed by both the owner or investor and the tenants or tenant there should be no problems.
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