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Save the buy-to-let mortgage.
27/11/2011
3:43 pm
Tenant Referencing
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Responsible department: Her Majesty's Treasury

To exclude loans to residential landlords (buy-to-let mortgages) from the EU draft directive on Credit Agreements. Thereby ensuring that lenders still have the opportunity to access affordability based on rental income not just a borrowers personal income.

Sign the E-petition here: http://epetitions.direct.gov.u.....ions/22767

27/11/2011
11:03 pm
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I have contacted Grant Shapps re this proposed EU regulation.

I will let you know his response when I receive it?

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