Rent to Rent landlord declared bankrupt

A young landlord associated as a Rent to Rent success story has been declared bankrupt, owing £1.5million. Ben Brand charted his journey on social media which no doubt encouraged other people to sign up for expensive education or even “invest” with him: Companies House statement of affairs says Ben Brand owes creditors circa £1.5million. £450K is owed to his […]
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