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Catering for the downsizers

By Jonas Crosland , 21 January 2016

More needs to be done to help older people moving into smaller accommodation

Catering for the downsizers

Buy-to-let: make it pay

Buy-to-let was the investment that had it all... until the chancellor set his sights on it. Jonas Crosland and Rosie Carr examine how you can still turn a profit from a residential letting business

Commercial property: More but less

Asset inflation is set to slow but, along with rising rental income, the outlook is set fair

Overseas  

Bricks abroad

Jonas Crosland examines the attractions and costs of buying property abroad and the tax implications for non-resident owners

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