Buy-to-let market sees signs of recovery: Moneyfacts

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The buy-to-let market has begun to show signs of recovery with the number of deals increasing from the all time low of 179 in September 2009 to 239 today.

The sector has been one of the biggest casualties of the last two years, with 93% of all deals disappearing in that time. There were 3,662 buy-to-let products available in August 2007. There are...

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