Inflation and high interest rates hit renters and landlords – but investors can mitigate impact

Landlords who locked into a mortgage during the height of the COVID pandemic will reportedly be hit with the highest buy-to-let interest rates since 2015. According to a report in The Daily Telegraph, landlords face paying more than £1,600 extra a year, while investors who remortgage will be hit with a double whammy of having […]
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