The recent changes to the way buy-to-let investments are taxed could turn out to be property funds' - and their investors' - gain, argues Paul Munn
Buy-to-let was once a golden egg for investors. Properties could be bought with relatively small deposits, tenants covered mortgage payments and other costs and, 20 or so years later, the investor owned...
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