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Buy-to-let survey: Have your say and you could win £400 of John Lewis vouchers

  • 12/02/2018
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Buy-to-let survey: Have your say and you could win £400 of John Lewis vouchers
Now is the chance for you to reveal how the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) portfolio lending guidelines introduced last year have impacted brokers and business.



Since September 30, investors with four or more properties have become classified as portfolio landlords and subject to more stringent check.

Specialist Lending Solutions wants to understand how the regulation has affected broker business.

Give your views in our short survey and you could also be in with the chance of winning a £400 John Lewis voucher.

Follow the survey link below or copy and paste it into your browser:

Thank you for taking part.

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