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Thumbs up First-time buyers on the rise as buy-to-let mortgage market falls

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Number of new homeowners rose 8% in May as mortgages for landlords dropped 10%The number of first-time buyers rose in May while the number taking on new buy-to-let mortgages fell, in a sign that government policies and tax changes are rebalancing the housing market.There were 32,200 new mortgages...
First-time buyers on the rise as buy-to-let mortgage market falls (external link to Guardian Consumer Affairs)
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