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How residential property is taxed

How residential property is taxed

The UK residential property sector has roughly the same value as all of the companies listed on the UK Stock Exchange combined. It is therefore one of the two major asset classes for investors. The market is diverse, with city apartments being the most favoured by passive investors due to the 'lock and leave' principle. In particular, 'buy-to-let' investments have become very popular, with most lenders now offering a buy-to-let mortgage package.

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