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  • 01/06/2000
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The Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) has teamed up with interactive personal finance...

The Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) has teamed up with interactive personal finance website Moneynet to provide potential investors and ARLA member letting agents direct access to the ARLA panel.

Would-be landlords and letting agents will be able to choose the most suitable product to meet their or their clients’ needs from the complete range of investment mortgages offered by the panel.

The site allows comparisons of rates, offers and conditions of the range of products and an interactive calculator that lets potential investors establish the costs involved.

Visitors to the site can then link to their nearest ARLA agent.

President of ARLA, Robert Jordan, said: “Buy-to-let investors now have instant access to all the information about the costs, practicalities and pitfalls of investing in residential property. It can be accessed privately or in conjunction with an ARLA member who will have a full understanding of buy-to-let in the local lettings market.”

The ARLA panel comprises Alliance & Leicester, Clydesdale Bank, Halifax Mortgage Services, NatWest Mortgage Services, Mortgage Express and Paragon Mortgages.

Contact: Moneynet at or ARLA at


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