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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

Leaks and cracks appear in buy-to-let

Like a thief in the night, George Osborne has been stripping lead from the roof of buy-to-let, and putting in a few windows, too. After that demolition job, does buy-to-let still make sense?

Commercial property: More but less

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


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

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